Bangladesh can grow economically fast if private sectors come forward to provide services along with the Government.Â Non-resident Bangladeshis are also playing in important role by investing in private sectors.Â As a result, NRBs across the world will be benefited from the improved services. President of Sylhet Chamber of Commerce and Airlines Club Sylhet, Khandokar Shiper Ahmed told this in a press conference on Friday 4th May in a restaurant in East London.
Meet and Greet Assist Service has already become popular in providing assistance and help to the non-resident Bangladeshis who travel to Bangladesh.Â Finance Minister M A Muhit inaugurated the acitivities of the company nearly one and half years ago.
Khandakar Shipar Ahmed also said that people who will travel to Bangladesh can take this service with a nominal cost if they book in advance.Â By spending only 4/5 pounds they can get the assistance of this company.Â Uniformed Meet and Greet Assist Service members will help them at the airport form picking up luggage to safe transport hiring.
Other guestsÂ who addressed the audience included Director of Imran Travels Ashiqur Rahman, former Vice-president of Sylhet Chamber of Commerce Masud Chowdhury, Deputy Director of British Bangladesh Chamber of CommerceÂ Boshir Ahmed, Chairman of JMG Cargo Monir Ahmed, President of London Bangla Press Club Syed Nahash Pasha, Propeitor of Hillside Travels Helal Khan, former Mayor of Brent Councillor Parvez Ahmed and Director of Travel Link Travels Sami Sanaullah.
Director of Imran Travels, which won Bimanâ€™s Best Sales Agent award, Ashiqur Rahman said that he is very happy to sign the agreement with Meet and Greet Assist Service and become part of it.
Kahndakar Shipar Ahmed urged all non-resident Bangladeshis to come forward to invest in Bangladesh and take part in the development of the country. He also emphasised that there are there is a huge potential in tourism sector.Â Three/four five stars hotels in Sylhet are already doing good business.Â Government is also planning Â to approve 17 Economic zone, one of them would be Srihatta Economic zone.Â The work has already started for 163 Acre Sylhet Tecono Park which will generate many job and opportunities both for local people and people who are living abroad.