‘Go for e-business instead of traditional trading method’

Experts say at DScE webinar


Experts at a webinar stressed to bring about changes in corporate business during pandemic turning to e business rather than traditional business as mentioned.

Entrepreneurial economists club of the Dhaka School of Economics arranged the webinar recently. 

Dhaka school of economics, a leading Entrepreneurial economist education sector of the country affiliated by the University of Dhaka is playing a pioneering role to enrich entrepreneurial education. Entrepreneurial forecasting model is now practically learning to the students.

Addressing the webinar, experts commented that corporate valuation report in the country should be based on ethical and moral base as it is a process and a set of procedures used to estimate the economic value of an owner's interest in the business procedure. Earlier they arranged another series of lecture by Prof. Dr. Parul Khanna ,Vice Principal, Institute of Management and Technology, Fardiabad, India on Competency based entrepreneur in an emerging economy. 

Speakers also described that Entrepreneurial economics programme at Masters and Post graduate in DScE is highly time befitting.

Dr. Souvik Banerjee of management Development Institute, Murshidabad , India presented the key note paper while Chief guest was Mr. Mahbub Hossain Majumder, CEO, AFC Capital limited and Member, Bangladesh Merchant Bankers   and session chair was Prof. Dr. Muhammad Mahboob Ali, Programme coordinator ,Dhaka School of Economics.

 Dr. Souvik Banerjee  in his paper described the Corporate valuation is dealing with a series of difficulties, legislative and/or normative inaccuracies, as well as problems related to divergent results obtained by standard approaches and growth of corporate cycle is associated with the development process while aging problem of the corporations may be happened.  

Mahbub Hossain Majumder, emphasized on the entrepreneurship forecasting is a decision-making tool used by the many businesses to help in budgeting, planning, and estimating future growth by the entrepreneurs.

New entrepreneurs need to get training for which Daka school of Economics is playing pivotal role. 

Prof. Dr. Muhamad Mahboob Ali, Programme coordinator of the Entrepreneurial economics  put emphasis on fundamental analysis, technical analysis, and quantitative analysis of the share market.

He argued that financial statements should exercise international norms of accounting and auditing process. 

Among others Rehana Parvin, Sara Tasneem both assistant professor of the Dhaka School of economics also spoke on this occasion.