The Bangladesh Brand Forum held the country’s first-ever e-commerce summit at the Sky Ballroom of Le Meridien, Dhaka, on Saturday in a bid to unleash the true potential of the country’s e-commerce market.

The event titled E-commerce Summit 2022, in association with eCourier and The Business Standard, was presented by Daraz, powered by Dotlines.

This year, the theme of the summit was “Revitalizing the e-commerce industry,"  reads a press release.

The summit brought together leading experts, retailers, and brands under one roof to share their knowledge on key trends in the e-commerce industry.

They focused on building a sustainable e-commerce ecosystem and explored what the future of retail will look like as consumers continue to embrace new ways to shop in an ever-digital world. evolution.

Shariful Islam, Founder and Managing Director of Bangladesh Brand Forum, said, “Bangladesh has foreseen a very exciting prospect regarding the flourishing of e-commerce based on the efficiency and ease of access surrounding it.”

He also insisted on building a mature e-commerce ecosystem for the future of this industry.

Daraz Bangladesh General Affairs Manager, AHM Hasinul Quddus (Rusho), delivered the welcome speech at the event, followed by a speech from Dotlines Growth Manager, Ashiqur Rahman (Rean).

The Bangladesh Ecommerce Summit held three main sessions: three panel discussions, four analysis sessions, two case studies, a fireside chat, and a deep dive session. Ltd. co-founder and CEO Fahim Mashroor, Deligram founder and CEO Waiz Rahim, SHEBA.XYZ co-founder Ilmul Haque Sajib, and a2i Head of eCommerce Rezwanul Huq Jami were some of the keynote speakers who shared their insights during the Mountain Peak.

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