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Workshop on Duck and Maize Value Chain in Char, Coastal and Haor areas

Oxfam Bangladesh and GMark Consulting Ltd. organized a dissemination workshop on Duck and Maize Value Chain in Char, Coastal and Haor areas. The event was held on the 15th June at BRAC Inn Center. The reports from the workshop are as follows: Introduction of Duck and Maize Study Maize Value Chain Presentation of Maize Study Duck Value Chain Presentation of Duck Value Chain Study

Round Five of MDF Thematic Working Group

This session was held on April 28, 2013 at HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation office. In this meeting, the working group members reviewed the objectives and mechanism. They have outlined few questions to attain the objectives. One of the working group objective is to draft a publication by identifying the best practices (lessons learned),success factors and critical conditions, potential complementarities and synergies between different projects and models. Hence, It...

Workshop titled "Developing a Sustainable Supply Chain"

Are you having problems with your current Supply Chain? Are you getting irregular qualities and flow of supplies? Are you facing uncontrolled price fluctuation? Are you frustrated with the non value adding middlemen? If all or most of the answers of the above questions are YES then your organization needs to think of a new way to manage your Supply Chain more effectively. In this workshop we will highlight tools and technology to develop a sustainable...

Workshop titled ‘Market Development Opportunity and Challenges for the Bottom of Pyramid Consumers’

With the changing social structure, at present a lot of the large private sector companies are being able to take the advantage of doing business in the BoP market, one of the fast growing markets with increasing purchasing power. However, this is not always easy. The challenges include understanding demand patterns, researching and developing suitable product and services, and creating a robust distribution network while at the same time keeping the prices affordable for...

Workshop on “Investing on Employee’s Skill Development”

Our member CARE Bangladesh initiated this day-long workshop with support from IDE Bangladesh, MDF, Business Innovation Facility (BIF) and Renaissance Consultants Ltd. is organizing. The workshop will be held on April 13, 2013. In the workshop, you will get the opportunity to interact with development sector organizations and fellow private sector veterans to find out ways in which you can find, recruit, and train up more skilled and dedicated people with the...

Roundtable Discussion on Reaching the Bottom of the Pyramid Consumers: Opportunities and Challenges

This was the third round table discussion of the series of workshops and roundtable discussions CARE Bangladesh is organizing. MDF coordinated this discussion with support from IDE Bangladesh, Renaissance Consultants Ltd.,Business Innovation Facility(BIF) and GIZ. The topic of roundtable discussion was “Reaching the Bottom of the Pyramid COnsumers: Opportunities and Challenges”. The event was scheduled on March 24, 2013 at GIZ office from 2:30pm to 5:30pm....

GIZ

The latest issue of PSES E-newsletter October 2013 is now available.Follow the link :PSES e-newsletter October 2013. For details, please contact Naaz Fahmida ( email: naaz.fahmida@giz.de) PPP GSR Conference 2013 Skills Development Training in RMG Sector -GIZ

Round table Discussion on Challenges of engaging low income people as Employees/ Distributors/ Wage earners.

CARE Bangladesh is organizing a series of workshops for building the capacity of private sector companies to effectively engage with low income people. iDE Bangladesh, Market Development Forum Bangladesh and GIZ are supporting these events as partners. Based on the Inclusive Business concept set out by Business Innovation Facility, private sector companies can engage with low income people in three major ways- Low income people as producers and suppliers of products...

Workshop on Developing a Sustainable Supply Chain

This workshop was held on March 9, 2013 at BRAC Inn Center. It was initiated by CARE Bangladesh, supported by MDF, IDE Bangladesh and BIF (Business Innovation Facility) and organized by RCL (Renaissance Consultants Ltd.). The resource materials from the workshop are as follows: Report on Workshop Feedback Summary of the Workshop

Round Table Discussion on Private Sector Engagement for Inclusive Business

This round table discussion was jointly organised by CARE Bangladesh and IDE Bangladesh with support from MDF, Katalyst, ISCEA, Business Innovation Facility(BIF) and Renaissance Consultants Ltd. It was planned to organize a series of workshops for building the capacity of private sector companies to effectively engage with poor people. As a part of the whole series there will be three Round Tables which will serve as participatory need assessment sessions. This was the first...

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