Comparative analysis of Banglalink: in perspective of Bangladesh
AuthorAhmed, Sala Uddin
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While the writing of this report had been difficult, the preparation for writing had been even harder. It certainly would not have been possible without the help of many people and I would like to acknowledge my appreciation to all those who had helped during the process. First, I must express my gratitude to Mr. Imran Mustafiz, my faculty advisor, who helped me choose a topic that was of interest and could be of use to my organization. His guidance in helping me to separate the important and necessary details from the unnecessary certainly helped me to stay on the correct track (and reduced my work somewhat). My heartfelt gratitude and respect goes to my supervisor at the organization Mr. Miah Md. Rashedul Hassan and Mr. Saif Uddin Ahmed (Executive, Corporate sales). Their guidance during my first few weeks of exposure to the work force had been invaluable and helped me to learn a great deal more than I could have otherwise learnt. Mr. Rashed assigned responsibilities to me and allowed me enough latitude to do it my own way and learn for my own self. Iwould also like to thank all the employees of Banglalink who helped learn the ropes during this period. They have been extremely cooperative and willing to help at all times, especially my Corporate sales team members. The team had been extremely wonderful and as is with a relatively new organization, we all learned to deal with difficulties and processes together and helped each other out. Without them, I do not think the experience would have been as great as it had been.