In the male-dominated society, women are now working in the field beyond their borders. The participation of women has added a new dimension to the economic condition of Bangladesh. In rural and urban areas, these women are becoming entrepreneurs amidst various risks. They have established themselves by changing their minds and moving to different places. Today we are going to talk about five women entrepreneurs, who have changed their lives enormously through their contribution.
Bibi Russell is the owner of the famous fashion house Bibi Productions. She is also a former international model. She has been working hard to save our traditional cultural elements. She has received numerous awards for creating an impact on our fashion industry.
Ending her career in journalism and starting again in hardware related services, Taslima Miji founded Techmania in June,2008. Though she has gone through tough-times, she has been adamant and with a better understanding of business, she has been running a tech business successfully.
Sabrina Islam is the founder of Reflections, an art glass company which started its journey in 1998. She started the company with two workers and through her struggles, she has established the company with the demand of the glasses. She has always talked about the planning of opening a training center so that women could come up with innovational ideas and pave the way for becoming an entrepreneur.
Nadia Binte Amin
Nadia Binte Amin founded Research and Computing Services in 1933 along with her friends, which works for different national and multinational companies in different projects. She is a social worker, strives to fulfil the needs of children, women, education for everyone etc. With the hope of changing the economic situation of Bangladesh.
Sabila Enun,a tech enterpreneur, has focused on building her own identity through her works. She has been working with Dcastalia. She has developed herself through various opportunities and has always been confident. She also works for different national and internal organizations as a consultant and a writer.
Purba Dutta, Intern/YSSE