FS Weekly Review # 21
|Building Affordable Solar Electricity Solutions For Everyone In Bangladesh and Beyond With Sebastian Groh, Founder, and MD and Daniel Ciganovic, Co-Founder, and CFO, SOLshare
Sebastian Groh is the Founder and Managing Director of SOLshare and Daniel Ciganvic is the Co-founder and CFO of SOLshare. SOLshare is a fascinating company and is tackling one of the biggest challenges the earth is facing today. Founded in 2015, SOLshare enables communities to produce, consume, and trade solar energy using a local microgrid.
|Building A Parking Solution For Bangladesh With Rafat Rahman, Founder and CEO, Parking Koi
Rafat Rahman is the Founder and CEO of Parking Koi. Parking Koi is a parking spaces marketplace that connects people with unused parking spaces, helping people to find parking spaces easily as well as helping owners to rent their parking spaces when they are not using it. The company currently operates in Dhaka and Chattogram.
|Building A Freelance Marketplace In Bangladesh With Sabbir Ahmed, Founder and Managing Director, KajKey
Sabbir Ahmed is the co-founder and Managing Director of KajKey. KajKey is a freelance marketplace based in Dhaka that connects businesses and individuals with freelancers. KajKey claims to be the first Bengali language freelancing platform in Bangladesh.
|On Growing A B2B Business And Growing As A Founder With Ovick Alam, Founder and Chairman, WebAble Digital
In this second and final installment (part one here) of our interview with WebAble Founder and Chairman Ovick Alam, we go deep into the art and science of growing a B2B business, B2B sales, dealing with the challenges of being a founder, lessons on entrepreneurship and life, life hacks for founders, decision making, management, books, and much more.
|Startup Weekly #2: Stories of 4 Startups
Stories of WebAble, Gaze Technology, Deligram, Aplectrum and Xtra
|FS Weekly Review #20
Stories of GEEKLY Social, Chaldal, Gaze Technology, Angels Network, and much more
|How Udvash Was Created: Udvash’s Journey To Building A World-Class Shadow Education Institution In Bangladesh
When Udvash was founded in the latter part of 2000, its founders had no idea that it would take on a life of its own. After about 18 years, it has albeit taken a life of its own and turned into an educational institution like no other, pretty much uncomfortably without a definition for itself.
Ayrin Saleha Ria is an undergrad student currently studying Applied Sociology at ASA University Bangladesh. She takes a deep interest in human society and behavioral science and loves reading. She works at FS as a Community Management Fellow and writes about interesting companies.