SR Asia 2nd National Conference, January, Dhaka Bangladesh – Dhaka Video

SR Asia Bangladesh recently organised a conference for the entrepreneurs and senior management of the organisation to set the right priorities for business sustainability as a part of their CSR initiatives. Speaking on the occasion Country Director Sumaya Rashid said: Corporate and civil society leaders are charismatic and can change the status quo of the issues and challenges we face as a society. She added that SR Asia is working actively for capacity building and change management in Bangladesh and urged corporate and government to support the initiatives with full heart and mind. The full auditorium comprising of business leaders, professionals and civil society organisation took part in the event. Representatives of European Commission, GIZ and International Agencies like ILO, HelpAge, CARE also took active participation. The conference Chairperson, President of Bangladesh Employers’ Federation (BEF) said “A focus on CSR in Bangladesh would be useful, not only for improving corporate governance, labour rights, workplace safety, fair treatment of workers, community development and environment management, but also for the industrialisation ensuring global market access,” . BEF supported the conference as conference partner. National Productivity organisation Bangladesh was a technical partner and shared the initiatives taken by them in the country. The conference highlighted that national priorities in doing business in Bangladesh shall be kept in mind to make the
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