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Jamal Uddin
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  • Dhaka
  • Bangladesh
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Jamal Uddin replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can we strengthen collaboration in support of micro-enterprises in value chains?
"The development initiative is to support the SMEs for their business model designing, business planning, grant or co-investment and mentoring the business operation.  We exploring partnership opportunity after formation the SMEs or just after…"
Sep 29, 2016

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Jamal Uddin replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"Hi Nardi, your discussion seems to be very interesting to me. SDG working to aware private sector to sustanable development goals. It is obvious that every country don't have the similar opportunity to maximum utilization of local agro…"
Sep 8, 2016

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Jamal Uddin replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"please start. waiting to interact and learn"
Sep 8, 2016

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Jamal Uddin is now a member of Business Fights Poverty
Aug 19, 2016

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Job Title
Inclusive Business Advisor
Organisation
SNV
Sector
I work for a business organisation, I work for a non government organisation
Website:
http://www.snv.org
About my work:
Jamal Uddin is an Inclusive business start-up mentor and expert with more than 13 years of experience in inclusive business ideation and development, HR business partnering, employee engagement, organizational development and supply chain management in Bangladesh. He has work experience in FMCG, Garments manufacturing and food processing sector on the other hand with international development organization.
He is now passionately working with 10 NGO's and Corporates to create inclusive business model and demonstrate success focused on women empowerment in garments sector of Bangladesh. In his career he demonstrated exceptional ability to create several new ideas, demonstrate success and engage multiple stakeholders such as set up responsible business models for better employment and higher productivity or in projects to increase the purchasing ability of the poor garments worker through forming fair price shops inside the factory premises. These have become one of the success example for the whole garment industry in Bangladesh. He also made an income generating employee welfare fund model in the ready-made garments (RMG) industry through which poor garments workers got access to expensive medical funds and emergency loans.
Mr. Jamal now relentless in perusing sustainable business models and engaged with different entrepreneurs’ communities, start-up forums to mentor and to learn form with a vision to take forward the whole inclusive business sector in Bangladesh.
Topics on my radar:
Base of the Pyramid, Enterprise Development, Finance and Investment, Inclusive Business Models, Measuring Impact, Partnerships, Social Enterprise, Women and Business, Youth Enterprise

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Jamal Uddin: One Year of IB Models - Through the Lens of RMG’s Working with Women Project

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Posted on August 30, 2016 at 8:30

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