Published:  12:46 AM, 12 July 2019

BD steps into global laptop markets: Jabbar

Bangladesh has proven excellence in expanded markets of portable computers by exporting laptops to Nepal and Nigeria, said Telecommunications Minister Mustafa Jabbar urging the manufacturers to explore new markets in global arena.

Minister Mustafa also hinted that Middle East may new market for Bangladeshi devices while addressing the inauguration session of Laptop Fair in the capital on Thursday.Technology expert Mustafa also mentioned that there is developed a market of 50 million laptops in our country as the government emphasizes on digital education.

Country's largest exposition of laptop computer hit the capital after a year aiming to meet the growing domestic demand for laptops and lure technology-lovers with innovations. The three-day event titled 'ESET Laptop Fair 2019' will continue till Saturday at BICC in city's Agargaon. Organiser Expo Maker hosted the event of its kind for twenty-first times.

Among others, Start Tech Managing Director Mahabub Alam Rakib, Asus Global Country Manager Ashik Khan, Dell Bangladesh Marketing Manager Protap Saha, HP Bangladesh Enterprise Sales Manager Imran Khan and Lenovo Sales Manager Rashed Kabir were present on the occasion. Expo Maker Strategic Planner Muhammad Khan conducted the session.

Top-ranked computer brands exposes the latest products at different segments of the expo arena including 1 titled sponsor pavilion, 4 sponsor pavilions, 26 mini pavilions and 10 stalls. Muhammad Khan informed that visitors from all walks of life including youth generation will flood to experience latest innovations in portable computers.

 "We believe, the expo will break its record this year by overwhelming participation of technology lovers. Global and local computer brands participates the expo to introduce latest technology and innovations in devices. Buyers will get special price cut on all computers and accessories," Khan explained.

The expo will open from 10:00am to 8:00pm. The entry fee is Tk 30. The school students with uniform or identity card and physically impaired people can enter freely.

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