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Commerce / Export-Import Information in Bangladesh
« on: October 24, 2013, 03:07:57 PM »
  Year           Import (Billion US $ )               Export (Billion US $ )
2001-02                   8.54                                          5.99
2002-03                   9.66                                          6.55
2003-04                 10.90                                          7.60
2004-05                 13.15                                        8.65
2005-06                 14.75                                      10.53
2006-07                 17.16                                        12.18
2007-08                 20.37                                        14.11
2008-09                 21.44                                        15.57
2009-10                 33.66                                        16.20
2010-11                 35.52                                        22.92
2011-12                 34.81                                        24.30

Source: Foreign Exchange Policy Department, Bangladesh Bank, CCI&E  and EPB

Real Estate / "Bangladeshi Real Estate Company"
« on: October 24, 2013, 02:45:54 PM »
1.   Abc Real Estates Ltd.
2.   Advanced Development Tecnologies
3.   Advanced Development Consultants
4.   ADDL
5.   Alliance Properties Ltd.
6.   Amin Mohammad Group
7.   Anowar Landmark Ltd
8.   Arcadia-Property-Development Ltd.
9.   Artisan
10.   Avenue Builders
11.   Bangladesh Development Group
12.   Bashati Consortium Ltd
13.   Bashundhara Group
14.   BDDL
16.   Biswas Builders Bangladesh
17.   Borak Realestate
18.   Brac Concord Lands Ltd
19.   Building For Future limited
20.   Building Technology and Ideas Ltd.
21.   Central Builders and Architects Ltd.
22.   Century Realty Ltd.
23.   Concord Group
24.   Creative Properties Ltd.
25.   Crescent Holdings Ltd.
26.   Dom-inno
27.   Eastern Housing Limited (EHL)
28.   ENA Group
29.   Everest Holdings and Technologies
30.   Genetic Ltd.
31.   Green Delta Housing
32.   Hamid Real Estate
33.   Hassan and Associates (HAL)
34.   Hivertech Group
35.   Ideal Home Builders Ltd.
36.   Japan Garden City Ltd.
37.   Keari Limited
38.   Labair Properties Ltd.
39.   Latif Real Estate
40.   Masha Estates Ltd.
41.   Mega Builders
42.   Metro Homes
43.   Metro Makers and Developers Ltd.
44.   Mohammadi-Group
45.   Moon Bangladesh Ltd.
46.   Multiplan Limited
47.   Nagar Homes Limited
48.   National Development Engineers
49.   Navana Realestate Limited
50.   Neer Ltd
51.   New Concept Housing Ltd.
52.   Nicc Bangladesh
53.   Noboudoy Housing Ltd.
54.   Oriental Real Estate Limited
55.   Protik Developers Ltd.
56.   Ridge Park Holdings Limited
57.   Rupayan Real Estate Limited
58.   Sagufta
59.   Sheltech
60.   Sahara City Housing
61.   Samrat Real Estate
62.   Shaptak Grihayan Ltd. 
63.   Sky view group
64.   The Structural Engineers Ltd.
65.   Tropical Homes Limited
66.   Unique Properties
67.   Xenovalley


1. Basic Checklist for Becoming a Real Estate Agent

This article prepares you for the others to follow.  Here you'll learn the major points to consider in becoming a real estate agent and starting your business in the right way.  Keeping these tips in mind will help you to use the others that follow to set up a plan that you can follow, but even more important, believe in.  A realistic start and plan will give you the confidence to go out and make it happen.

2. Reasons for Failure After Becoming a Real Estate Agent

Knowing why others have failed, and a large percentage do, will be an important factor in keeping your new real estate business plan on track.  Most successful people in any business will tell you that they are successful not only because they studied ways to be successful, but that they also studied the failure of others in order to avoid the same mistakes.

3. It's a Business - Know Your Expenses Before Becoming a Real Estate Agent

How much are your personal expenses?  You need to know, as they go on while you're trying to kick off your new real estate career.  Becoming a real estate agent doesn't stop the rent, food, clothing and other expenses.  Here's some help in making sure you have a handle on those expenses and a plan to make sure that they're paid while still allowing you to devote time and budget to your new business.  There's even a spreadsheet at the link that you can download to estimate your personal and business expenses.

4. Planning Income With a "Sales Funnel" Approach

Becoming a real estate agent requires that you know your present and future expenses, both personal and business.  However, that's just half the puzzle.  What about your income?  Sure, it's sales, and who knows how well you'll do at first, or how many deals you can get done in your first couple of years?  You can develop an income budget just like an expense budget, and you'll get a spreadsheet and a step by step process to come up with a realistic estimate of what you can expect for income the first year or so.

5. Develop a Marketing Budget When Becoming a Real Estate Agent

Now that you've gone through the steps for estimating expenses and income, you can develop a budget for your marketing efforts.  You probably thought about this in the income funnel approach, as the number of leads you'll get from direct mail will be based on the number of mailers.  So, you know how many you want to mail, and can determine that expense budget item as well as others in this article.

6. Choosing a Broker When Becoming a Real Estate Agent

Choosing your first broker to carry your license could be the difference in success and failure when becoming a real estate agent.  Making the right choice requires an understanding of your needs, both income and training related.  While one broker may seem to be offering more leads with floor time, are you going to get the training you need to do a good job with those leads?  Learn in this article how to work toward a decision, including considering both anticipated income and expenses.

7. Income Splits & How The Money Is Divided - Broker Choice

While "splits" can weigh heavily in your first broker selection, they shouldn't be the only criteria.  Learn here how the money is divided up between all of the parties involved, including franchises.  In estimating your income in the spreadsheet provided, you can change the numbers for split percentages to compare results and the impact on your income.  Keep in mind that the initial split can get better once you show your broker that you're going to be a deal generator.  So, don't make your broker decision based only on splits.

8. Fast Track Your Prospect List When Becoming a Real Estate Agent

In this article you'll learn proven ways to get a jump on building your "sphere of influence" or prospect database.  Many are the old "tried and true" ways others have used to get started.  They're here because they work.  Take this step in your business plan seriously, and you will see income sooner, and may be able to go into your income funnel spreadsheet and make positive adjustments.

9. Basic Checklist for Using Technology and the Internet

You just learned about some "tried and true" methods for getting a fast start on building prospects for your new real estate business.  But, the new reality of marketing in this business is the Internet and technology.  Starting early in planning and building an effective Internet presence will make a huge difference in the long run.  Becoming a real estate agent who is highly successful will require the Web.

10. Choosing a Marketing Niche for Your Real Estate Business

While it isn't something you need to do right away, and you may never do it, consider studying your market area in order to specialize in a niche market in the future.  Learn in this article some of the most successful niches chosen by others.  Congratulations on your decision, and good luck and success in becoming a real estate agent.


MBA Discussion Forum / Importance of Case Study
« on: October 23, 2013, 01:14:38 PM »
In professional life practical knowledge will help you than theoretical knowledge. As a MBA student you have to need case study for practical knowledge.

The importance of case studies in research

Case studies are research that focus on and gather in depth information about a specific person, group, community or event. They have numerous advantages and disadvantages. But do they actually have an important place in research.

Scientific research is based on objectivity. However with a number of case studies use self report measures such as interviews and questionnaires to gather information. Self report measures are not necessarily an objective data source because they can easily contain social desirability bias and interviewer bias for instance. Furthermore leading questions can be a problem, as is shown in Sigmund Freud (1909) analysis of a phobia of a five year old boy. Hans father asked him if “When the horse fell down did you think of your daddy?” Leading questions can greatly affect participant’s answers, and therefore influence the results/ findings of research.

On the other hand, case studies can provide very detailed information about a particular subject that it would not be possible to acquire through another type of experimentation. For example Sigmund Freud (1909) analysis of a phobia of a five year old boy, consisted of qualitative notes on Little Hans’ discussions, behaviour and dreams collected over a four year period. Thus, allowing for a greater in depth analysis of Hans behaviour.

Another issue with case studies is their lack of generalisability. Case studies generally study a single person or a group of people. So the results or conclusions found cannot be applied to the general population; because the participants studied may not be accurately representative of the typical or target populace.

A further strength of this method is that research is able to be carried out on unusual cases that it would not be ethical to carry out any other way. For example: Thigpen and Cleckley (1954) a case of multiple personality. It would be impractical and perhaps offensive to carry out an experiment comparing people with multiple personality disorder and those without it. But by conducting a case study, Thigpen and Cleckley were able to spend over 100 hours with Eve White documenting her behaviour and gaining information about the disorder.

However case studies are very time consuming, and can be difficult to carry out and analyse. In addition case studies usually generate qualitative data which must be interpreted by the researcher, meaning that the data may become subjective. This problem can be furthered if the researcher lets their own opinions of the outcome of the study influence the way they interpret their data; (researcher bias).

To conclude, case studies do have some very beneficial advantages; especially the fact that usually unethical matters can be tested via this method. However the disadvantages are also high as the findings of case studies cannot be generalised to the wider population until the theories have been tested in controlled conditions. Also the problem that the research can lack objectivity is a big downside to the case study method, because it means that the research is surely not scientific. So it is arguably questionable whether case studies can be held in high respect.


MBA Discussion Forum / Try to be Corporate and Professional
« on: October 01, 2013, 02:15:05 PM »
As a MBA student you have to need to be a corporate and professional. From now you need to be ready. To be a corporate and professional you can develop your dress up & communication style from university level. You can wear a formal dress whenever you are in class room or university campus. You can communicate in english language with your course teacher and friends.

Hopefully It will be very helpful for your future career as well as university environment.

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