We have seen an influx of new fascinating startups in Dhaka's startup scene over the last few years tackling challenges in a variety of verticals including garment manufacturing, ecommerce, online education, and space rental, among others.
Many of these companies are doing unique work such as Nitex, a sustainable apparel manufacturer that manages the complete supply chain, from design to manufacturing to shipping, for small clothing brands and individual entrepreneurs.
Others are part of global meta trends such as EdTech, space rental, and digital commerce.
For example, Ajke.live is building a live commerce platform focusing on fashion and lifestyle, part of a larger trend happening across markets.
In another example, Chaya aims to take on space rentals by connecting space owners and renters.
Online Sohopathi, an edtech platform, seeks to make online education personalized and social using a peer-to-peer and live online learning model.
All of these companies are in their early stage either just closed their pre-seed or seed investment. But each of them offers a peek inside the fast-evolving nature of Dhaka’s startup scene.
Below we profile four startups that operate in four different verticals from ecommerce to edtech to space rental.
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