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How to fund your startup in Bangladesh?

May 6, 2014

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Caroline Ashley
Caroline Ashley
7 years ago

The lack of funding for startups and for social enterprises was a key theme of work that was done in 2012, as part of the Business Innovation Facility. A report was published on the Practitioner Hub on Inclusive Business, based on in-depth research with financing institutions. 'The Landscape of SME Finance in Bangladesh' by Barclay O'Brien is available at http://bit.ly/1nizUFW.

There are also several short checklists on the Practitioner Hub, including one on how to be 'investor-ready'. http://businessinnovationfacility.org/page/publications-checklists

Ruhul Kader
Reply to  Caroline Ashley
7 years ago

Hi Caroline this is great, I tried to download 'are you investment ready checklist' but could not. There might be some problem with the link. BTW, would you be interested to contribute a piece on SME funding in Bangladesh?

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