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DIU to observe Global Entrepreneurship Week

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Daffodil International University (DIU) is going to observe Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) 2018 through week-long program from 12-17 November. Project Director of A2i Project of PMO will inaugurate the week-long program as chief guest. To uphold the details of the Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) 2018 to the journalists a  "Meet the Press" was held on Tuesday at 71 Milonayoton of DIU. The meet the Press also informed that week-long program includes: Discussion Program and Seminar on Entrepreneurship Development in Bangladesh, Business Proposal Competition among talent and potential educated youths of the country Entrepreneurs meet with the participation of entrepreneurs from all over the country including Chambers, Associations and other trade bodies and Start Up Fair participated by Students and Alumni of Daffodil International University'
Hamidul Haque Khan, Acting Vice Chancellor of Daffodil International University briefed about the details to the journalists at the "Meet the Press".
The Meet the Press was also addressed by Munir Hassan, General Secretary, Bangladesh Open Source Network (bdosn), Syed Mizanur Rahman Raju, Director of Students' Affairs, Abu Taher Khan, Director (CDC), Mohammad Shibli Shahriar, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Entrepreneurship.

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