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Case study on how Preetom skyrocketed sales with a Facebook Review campaign: http://ow.ly/JYjP30b4TLI

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We are delighted to see our project, Made In Equality featured in The Huffington Posthttp://ow.ly/JImb30b4T9R

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How can brands monetize social media communities to get the best out of digital marketing?

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Nazia Andaleeb Preema receives PRIDE OF BANGLADESH Award - Nazia Andaleeb Preema, one of the most prolific Visual Artist of Bangladesh, was presented “PRIDE OF BANGLADESH” award by Pride Limited. Her passion for dynamic idea, technique and experimentation for new media (performance, video installation and electronic art) makes her one of the most important visual artists of Bangladesh. Nazia Andaleeb Preema is also a staunch activist who has dedicated herself to issues surrounding women’s u...

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Co-founder of WebAble recognised by The Daily Star: http://ow.ly/Sozo308i5tk

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Bangladesh Brand Forum in Partnership with Kantar Millward Brown Honored Best Brands on the 8th Edition of Best Brand Award

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Bangladesh Brand Forum in Partnership with Kantar Millward Brown will celebrate Best Brand Award 2016

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Alia Khan on Leadership and Islamic Fashion - Alia Khan is a pioneer and founder of the Islamic Fashion Design Council (IFDC). When she isn’t setting up new offices around the world, she is speaking at major fashion events or consulting for retailers and designers who are aiming to enter the lucrative arena of Islamic fashion. Raised in Canada and the USA, Alia worked on her own fashion creations with a fusion twist, which led to setting up her own independent media and marketing company in...

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On Branding and Private Universities - The brand of a university is of course tied to the values embodied by the idea of a university. A university is a place of building capacity, potential and values of and for the youth of a country. To that end, there are technical dimensions to building capacity, i.e., endowing the university-goers with requisite technical skills in one or multiple disciplines. There are of course, non-technical dimensions to building capacity, such as leadership skill...

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BBF Monthly | October 2016 - Bangladesh Brand Forum Monthly Magazine – October Issue The post BBF Monthly | October 2016 appeared first on BBF BLOG.
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