From the bottom of my heart, I wish warmly to The InCAP, the international business magazine, for this beautiful publication, where Bangladesh is significantly highlighted. I like every concept from their publication. This is why I want to thank the international business magazine The InCAP, and their mother concern and publisher International Corporate Association of Professionals (InCAP), for their relentless hard work year after year.
We all know the Covid pandemic that hit buyers began canceling orders at a vast scale, and since then, the garment industry has been struggling to recover from COVID-19 related challenges. Bangladesh’s ready-made garments sector accounts for around 80% of its manufacturing income, with at least 4 million workers depending on it. So, it’s the biggest problem.
Although the situation is recovering more than before, the next threat of new virus can pose a significant risk to this sector and the livelihood of garment workers.
Given its limited resources, the government faces the difficult task of assisting. Still, if it hopes to see this industry, which is providing millions of its people wages, survive, let alone flourish, it simply must provide further assistance to help it recover from the impact of the global pandemic.
The central bank of Bangladesh and the government seem to believe that everything will come back quickly, and we can expect full recovery soon. So I am very optimistic that it turns out to be accurate.
However, our employees love their company and workplace from the core of their heart. It’s very rare in other countries. This is a very positive side, I must say. Employees consider their factories and colleagues as their families. We are a great tema. I love their devotion, it’s unbelievable! We are advancing every day to a newer extent. No one can stop us from our further advancements.
Keeping an eye squarely on the future, we will advance significant reforms associated with our national vision. Beyond that, we will beautifully decorate our personal life. Finally, we should work towards nation-building for a new era.
Expressing this conviction, I wish everyone a very Happy New Year! Be sincere, be honest.
A.R.M. Shahidul Haque Apu
Director, Renaissance Group
Chairman of ANYVAS
Advisor of The InCAP