November 24, 2020, 1:58 am


Staff Correspondent

Published:
2020-11-12 10:41:13 BdST

Bangladeshi companies to meet 100 Japanese entities


A business matching meeting began online on Wednesday (November 11) between 24 Bangladeshi companies and interested Japanese investors which will end on November 30.

"It is expected that the Bangladesh companies will interact with about 100 Japanese companies during the event," said a statement.

Earlier, HAISON International Ltd, an investment management & advisory services firm of Bangladesh in cooperation with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Tokyo and Japan-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry (JBCCI) organized a webinar "Investor B2B Japan 2020".

Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Japan-Bangladesh Cooperation Committee, Pacific Research Exchange Center facilitated the program. Over 380 Japanese companies including many prominent companies joined the webinar.

Head of UNIDO Tokyo Yuko Yasunaga, HAISON CEO M. Jalalul Hai, Jetro Representative in Bangladesh Yuji Ando and JBCCI Executive Director Dr AKM Mozzem Hussain and Secretary-General Tareq Rafi Bhuiyan (Jun) spoke on the occasion.

The webinar focused on the current business outlook of Bangladesh as well as Bangladesh business environment for Japanese companies.

During the occasion, 24 Bangladesh companies interested in a business partnership with Japanese companies also spoke about their business.

The companies who participated the programme are, Agni Systems, Allianz Group, Altum Infratech, Arcvil Design & Development, Ark Consultant & Engineering, Bristy Fashion, Conveyor Group, Dysin - Chem, Islam Aftab Kamrul & Co. (IAK), Bahon Ltd, Jennys Shoes, JAMS Developments, Mazada Consortium, MKK Logistics, N Mohammad Group, Neo Zipper, New Vision, Purba Agro &Dairy Products, Pacific Quality Control, Shamsher Rezia Fashions, Salma Group, Shanta Garments, UHM Limited.

During the webinar, the Bangladesh companies introduced their company by their own for partnership with the participating Japanese companies in the areas of power, automobiles, constructions, logistics, textile & garments, leather & leather goods, quality control inspection, management consulting, investment advisory services and education with their Japanese counterpart.

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