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'Beximco sets example for Bangladesh' – CEO
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Mr Syed Naved Husain
Mr Syed Naved Husain
Companies like Beximco have been able to set an example for Bangladesh as the largest vertically integrated textile and garment company with in-house analytical and creative abilities, says the CEO of Beximco.

Mr Syed Naved Husain, CEO of Beximco was speaking at a workshop named “Fashionomics 2014 – The New Economics of Fashion” organized by Fibre2fashion in association with Infor and Brandix i3, on March 20, 2014 at Dhaka – Bangladesh.

Mr Naved said, “Bangladesh will maintain its leadership position as preferred destination for apparel sourcing. In spite of all difficulties, Bangladesh has been able to maintain the growth in exports due to its inherent advantages on all aspects of business.

“Companies like Beximco have been able to set an example for Bangladesh as the largest vertically integrated textile and garment company with in-house analytical and creative abilities. The continuous focus on innovation, use of technology, product development & “speed” in serving the customer can provide outstanding edge to Bangladeshi companies.”

He concludes by saying, “There is a growing awareness among Textiles & Apparel companies in Bangladesh about need for reform & adopt best management practices to face the growing challenges.”

This by-invitation only workshop witnessed attendance from over 100 delegates, including senior management, officials and professionals, representing various apparel manufacturing companies, brands and retailers based in Bangladesh. 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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