In association with the Bangladesh Garment Buying House Association, Dun & Bradstreet in Bangladesh conducted an informative session on “The Importance of Data Sharing and Transparency in the Global Economy.”
The event took place on Monday evening, January 23rd, 2023 at a city hotel, bringing together export-oriented Garment Buying Houses and other industries to showcase how they can enhance their sales and marketing capabilities by leveraging Dun & Bradstreet’s unique data and analytic solutions. Attendees also had the opportunity to explore Dun & Bradstreet’s extensive international network of 500 million companies and discover the benefits of being a part of the world’s largest corporate database, the D&B Data Cloud.
Present at the event were Mr Kazi Iftaquer Hossain, President of Bangladesh Garment Buying House Association, Mr Qayum Reza Chowdhury, Founding President of Bangladesh Garment Buying House Association, Mr Rajesh Mirchandani, CEO Dun & Bradstreet South Asia and Middle East, and Middle East, Dr Syed A Mamun, CEO, The Bangladesh Rating Agency Limited, Ms Zara Jabeen Mahbub, CEO Dun & Bradstreet Data & Analytics Pvt. Ltd, and leading business owners in the community. Notable presentations were made by Mr Arif Mahmood Sheshir, Head of Business at Dun & Bradstreet Data & Analytics Pvt. Ltd on D&B’s D-U-N-S® Number, the D-U-N-S® Registered™ Seal, and D&B Hoovers™.
Dun & Bradstreet South Asia Middle East Africa, or DBSAME, covers over 65 markets in South Asia, the Middle East, and Africa, bringing expertise in hyperlocal markets to the global organization and providing companies with the necessary insights and solutions to improve their business performance.
On this occasion, CEO of Dun & Bradstreet Data & Analytics Pvt. Ltd. Zara Mahbub shared that they look forward to showcasing Bangladeshi businesses to the rest of the world and this event is an opportunity to provide the Bangladesh Garment Buying House Association with a platform to enhance their visibility in the international marketplace and leverage their position in the global landscape.
Bangladesh Garment Buying House Association president Kazi Iftaquer Hossain shared that this was a very important program for them as the world is facing a recession and it is imperative to understand how the buying house businesses with the help of D&B products and services in Bangladesh can become stronger in marketing and selling readymade garments to the world. The buying houses are already responsible for 30% of Bangladesh’s RMG exports.
Dun & Bradstreet South Asia Middle East Limited, in partnership with the Bangladesh Garment Buying House Association, strives to boost businesses in Bangladesh and hopes that this partnership provides a platform to enhance its visibility in the international marketplace and leverage its position in the global landscape.