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Bangladesh Internet Professionals' Community (BIPC)

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Bangladesh Internet Professionals' Community
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Founded2014
Legal statusCommunity organisation
PurposeBIPC is a common platform for the internet professionals of Bangladesh to create new opportunities for internet professionals by getting connected to each other
Location
  • Dhaka, Bangladesh
WebsiteBIPC

Bangladesh Internet Professionals’ Community (BIPC) is a community organisation consisting of online professionals or Freelancers working in freelancing platform such as Upwork, Elance etc or independently working directly with client.

Background[edit]

BIPC was founded in 2014 by Abul Kashem, CEO & Founder of Xpnonetweb, Mobarok Hossain, freelance business planning consultant, Karjohn Kamal, CEO & Founder of CoderInfinity and Taher Chowdhury Sumon, Co-Founder of DevsTeam Limited. The community was formed with the aim to bring all the internet professionals in Bangladesh under one platform.

Objectives[edit]

The purpose of BIPC is not limited to bring all the internet professionals but:

  • Arranging seminars, workshops, with industry icons
  • Creating new opportunities through networking
  • Distributing education or training materials
  • Sharing the voice of online professionals
  • Establishing online profession as a prestigious and recognized profession among the society

BIPC Conference 2014[edit]

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Speakers at BIPC Conference 2014

BIPC held its first ever conference on 14 November 2014 at Mahanagar Natto Mancha.[1] It attracted huge audience around total of 1000 freelancers from all over Bangladesh. Many industry icons such as Hasin Hayder were present there as speaker. Zunaid Ahmed Palak, State Minister Ministry of Post, Telecommunications & Information Technology was present at the conference as a special guest.

References[edit]

  1. "Bangladesh Internet Professionals Community holds their first conference". techetron.com.

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