The main source of income of a country is the revenue it earns from the taxation system. One such tax is income tax levied on job holders which in turn depends on the employment market. As a developing nation, Bangladesh has traditional jobs which often remain saturated, i.e., many a time do not offer new job openings. For additional revenue to be generated for development, the employment market has to expand generating new types of job vacancies. One way to do this would be to create entrepreneurs who would set up new industries and businesses generating employment and new types of jobs.
The purpose of this publication (online magazine) is to support the idea of entrepreneurship development by providing a forum for sharing ideas and challenges on the way to developing this industry. The more connected people are, the more opportunity and access they will have to continuous learning, helping them develop the skills needed to be more productive, happier and better off in the arena of entrepreneurship. Being connected is good for people, and hopefully will turn out to be good for the economy. The world community, now see the Fourth Industrial Revolution as an opportunity to change models of innovation-driven entrepreneurship for the better and create an environment that makes entrepreneurship more inclusive.
The submission of articles for Volume 2, Issue-1, is opened. Anyone can submit his/her article here: bit.ly/2GAnbfJ
Last date of submission: 31 May 2019
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