Bangladesh is a greenfield for entrepreneurship and the government has created a lot of platforms for inspiring and pushing the new businesses formed by the young entrepreneurs in this country. Due to a huge population having 60% of people aged between 15-60 years, a dynamic and energetic human force exists here. This generation is tech-savvy and fall within the early-adopters category who do not fear taking risks of trying new things. This clearly indicates why our country is one of the most eligible markets to target for. Still, new sectors/ new businesses are not being able to sustain for a long period due to some loopholes in the global reputation of Bangladesh.
The innovations taken forward by our youth are highly encouraged by the government now. Starting from prototyping, providing seed funding and piloting to implementing and promotion; huge supports are granted from the policy makers of our country. This support is being taken further for more developments of new businesses and targeting for new sector developments. So, the collective narrative should be the same for the global market too in order to promote and showcase our innovations. To expand beyond the horizon of the local market, the opportunity must be created and proper promotional campaigns should be held to fill in the gap between the small innovative businesses by the young entrepreneurs and the global market demand. A positive impression must be upheld in the global market regarding the high potential of our youth.