Covid-19 has had an overwhelming and unprecedented impact across the globe and has been the prime focus of 2020. We take a look at the stories that have been read by thousands of our readers and touched a greater number of lives than we imagined, over this troubled year.
It reflects the curiosity of modern business leaders and the general public, in the anticipation of a better and healthier 2021.
The 10 Most Read Insights of 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on the supply chain and demand for the apparel sector, causing top buyers to pull the plug on exports, how did the sector respond?
With the growing middle class being fuelled by greater purchasing power, biscuits have become the go-to snack, demanding both quality and low prices and a friend in overcoming hunger.
E-Commerce saw an unprecedented rise in demand and growth of the overall consumer base for companies, owing to the lock-downs which took place in 2019, but Bangladesh was not prepared for the sudden change.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all spheres of life and business but one of the hardest hit are the already vulnerable SMEs. Download the report to learn more about the impact of the crisis on our SMEs.
Dive in and explore the rich depths of our Fisheries sector, learn about its prospects and how the knowledge of local fishermen is crucial when it comes to getting a good catch.
The rising purchasing power of the people enables them to afford passenger cars and avoid low quality public transport, thus, giving birth to ride-sharing platforms including Uber, Pathao and others. So, how does the road ahead look?
The much talked about leather industry was slowly making its way to becoming a major thrust sector before the pandemic put a sad end to it, take a look at how it makes its way to our homes.
The pandemic has brought about pressing issues for the RMG sector in the form of a large string of canceled and/or unpaid orders for Bangladesh garments, so how have the companies responded?
SEZs are regarded as the catalyst to achieving greater development, however, it does not guarantee uniform distribution of the benefits of economic growth across a country.