Opinion: Bangladesh’s startup scene may seem quiet, but not for long
If you’re a startup founder or investor based in Bangladesh, there are a lot of things to be excited about. A young country where 60 percent of the population is below the age of 30. A growing middle class that makes up a third of the population. Mobile-first internet users, hungry for content and services. Even the drawbacks⏤like the large rural population, poor infrastructure, and lack of internet access⏤can present themselves as opportunities.
At the same time, the Bangladeshi startup scene is relatively quiet. This article looks at how the startup ecosystem in Bangladesh has evolved.
Read the Article at: https://www.techinasia.com/talk/bangladesh-startup-scene-quiet-not-for-long
In short, Bangladesh is going through a quiet building phase where many startups and individuals are creating interesting solutions to the country’s unique problems. And this is getting noticed, if not by the media, then by investors. It will possibly take a few more years for Bangladesh to become a fully developed and interconnected ecosystem, but those on the ground are working hard to make sure it happens.