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BACCO’s Active Participation in DIGITAL WORLD 2012

December 12th 2012 - Wednesday

It is a great pleasure and contentment of Bangladesh Association of Call Center and Outsourcing (BACCO) to be a part of Digital World 2012, Bangladesh with the slogan Knowledge to Prosperity. This event celebrated national enthusiasm and achievements along with commemorating Vision 2021: Digital Bangladesh. The three daylong conference held from 6-8 December 2012 at Bangabondhu International Conference Centre (BICC), organized by Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC), Ministry of ICT, Supported by Government of Bangladesh (GoB). The Honorable Prime Minister of Bangladesh inaugurated the event on 6th of Dec’12. 


Digital World 2012 revaluated Bangladesh to become a leader with Information Technology & to open the ways of ICT and regulations regarding infrastructure moving towards Vision 2021. The event focused on defining a roadmap for e-transformation in Bangladesh through effective integration of technology in public and private sector. Alongside, it also lay out a proactive agenda to strengthen & showcase competitiveness in ICT.

Being country’s only association for Call Center and Outsourcing companies here in Bangladesh, BACCO has been involved with core activities in organizing the event. In connection to that BACCO organized two Major Seminar Sessions consecutively on 7th Dec’12 from 5:30-7:30PM and on 8th Dec’12 at 2:30-4:30PM at Green View, Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC). Seminar on 7th Dec covered the topic: “Back To The Future: Where Will The Outsourcing Industry Be In 10 Years Time? What part will you play?” and whereas Seminar on 8th Dec covered the topic: “Contact Centre as a new career and business prospect”.  

Most importantly both the seminar sessions were graced by Mr. Martin Conboy, President of Australian BPO Association (ABPOA) and Publisher of widely circulated online BPO magazine ‘ The Sauce’ as the Keynote Speaker. These seminar sessions covered an imaginary journey towards future of Bangladesh outsourcing industry in accordance with the updates about global BPO industry and specifically the ways and means to crack the Australian market by emphasizing on developing service portfolios and creating business values by the vendors from outside.

Participants of these seminar sessions could add enormous value to their knowledge, resulting into implementing the experience into their own territory to move forward to the Outsourcing World. 

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