International e-seminar on ” ‘New supply chain agility in the Post-Covid-19 Economy: Opportunities for the Start-ups and SMEs’ ” organized by Entrepreneurial Economists club, Dhaka School of Economics
The coronavirus outbreak triggered a worldwide economic disruption , forcing micro,small ,medium and large companies to find ways to survive where agility is an important factor as opined by the experts in the International e-seminar. Startups and CSMEs have suffered the most due to a shortage of resources, a limited number of suppliers, and lower revenues and not getting proper banking facilities and attention as observed by the speakers. Creating a business recovery plan, for which strategies to adapt to new conditions and a committee may be formed with the economists so that they can give advice in the line of the Prime Minister’s desire to execute properly in Bangladesh. As a central bank,Bangladesh bank needs to be more effective, especially best use of resources in the banking sector and should not wok in favour of defaulters.Each supplier along the value chain has often elected to locate itself at the most cost-efficient point, running its activities in a most efficient way should be recognised as per the expert’s opinion.
On 5th December, 2020 the International e-seminar was organized by the Entrepreneurial economists club of Dhaka School of Economics.
Dr Sardana Khan Lecturer, School of Business and Law CQUniversity Australia, presented keynote paper while Prof.Dr.Muhammad Mahboob Ali,Programme coordinator,Entreprenurship was the session chair.Prof.Bholanath Dutta, President, MTC global ,India was the the chief guest. Dr. Yashoda Durge Associate Professor at GNVS INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, MUMBAI, India and Dr.Sujata (Panda) Khandai,Professor of Marketing, Dy. Dean (Academics) & Director,Amity University, Noida India were .the special guests.
Dr.Sardana Khan put emphasis on to assess supplier risk, focus on supply chain assessment and risk management ,conduct a value chain assessment of other risk factors too in her paper.She also depicted that reusing is better than recycling because it saves the energy that comes with having to dismantle and re-manufacture products.
Prof.Dr.Muhammad Mahboob Ali said that behavioural approaches provided a welcome alternative and it helped seemed to promise governments of various countires as a solution to some of their most vexing problems,
Md. Zahir Uddin Arif, Professor ,Dept. of Marketing,Jaganath university ,Rehana Parvin, Assistant Professor and Sara Tasneem, Assistant Professor of the Dhaka School of Economics and Mohammad Aman ullah Aman among others also spoke in the e-seminar.