Zunaid Ahmed Palak further said that Huawei's 'Seeds for the Future is not only developing the future technological skills to develop the ICT talent of the students, but also providing job opportunities to the skilled people in this sector by building an ecosystem.
First launched in Bangladesh in 2014, this program has been nurturing talents for around 10 years in the global scene. This program has earned accolades from different quarters, including leading engineering universities and industry leaders.
The minister while speaking as the chief guest at a virtual function organized by Huawei Technology (Bangladesh) Limited to distribute relief to flood victims in Khaliajuri Upazila of Netrokona district.
5G is critical for enhancing customer experiences and accelerating industries' digital and intelligent transformation
Under this collaboration, Huawei has donated various items such as Huawei TABs, Huawei laptop, Huawei Router, Internet subscription for one year, students' dress, bags, stationeries, masks, and oxygen cylinders to Obhizatrik School.
HUAWEI CLOUD and HMS developers and partners will benefit from unified accounts, one-stop development platforms, and one-stop app distribution and marketing.
Huawei has been helping Singapore build the first startup hub in APAC since 2020 and has expanded the program to many countries in APAC in the past year, the company said during its inaugural Spark Founders Summit, which took place simultaneously in Singapore and Hong Kong.
Participants in the webinar called for leveraging digital opportunities to build an inclusive ecosystem and promoting regional integration, which is particularly important while still combating the pandemic.
“In the digital economy, digital talent is playing an increasingly important role in driving digital transformation and economic growth
Among the important markets where the Chinese company is steering at a ban also include India, Canada and other EU countries apart from the US, the UK that have already banned the company