Workshop on Increasing Trade Potential for Women Entrepreneurs


Workshop on Increasing Trade Potential for Women Entrepreneurs

09 May 2023

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As part of its Gender initiative for effective gender mainstreaming to address gender inequities in Asia Pacific and in trade in particular, TSCFP is partnering with the International Chamber of Commerce Bangladesh to promote a training and networking event for women in business. This event will focus on the practical application of ICC’s trade facilitation rules for trade finance which underpin international trade and finance. 

The Workshop on Increasing Trade Potential for Women Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh is happening on 9 May 2023 at The Westin Dhaka. The ADB has engaged subject matter experts to speak on relevant topics, share best practices and tips, and facilitate interactive sessions during the workshop. 

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
09 May 2023 Master Deck Increasing Trade Potential for Women Entrepreneurs
This presentation discussed the whole seminar on Increasing Trade Potential for Women Entrepreneurs.
09 May 2023 Opening Remarks  Ms Mahia Juned, DMD The City Bank 
09 May 2023 Challenges for SMEs in International Ms Afsana Asif, Managing Partner, Asix (Textile and Fashion Manufacturer and Retailer)
09 May 2023 International Trade and Finance  Vincent O’Brien, ICC  UAE
09 May 2023 Case Study: Issuing Import Letter of Credit | Case Study: Examining Documents Export Letter of Credit Vincent O’Brien, ICC  UAE
09 May 2023 Local Issues for Consideration Mutual Trust Bank & ICC Bangladesh
09 May 2023 Closing Remarks  Mrs. Parveen Mahmud, Chairperson, Trustee Board, RDRS Bangladesh

Mr. A K Azad, ICC Bangladesh Vice President


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