Achia Khaleda Nila is a woman IT entrepreneur of our country who had walked against the tradition and became success . It is 10 year back since she started her career in IT. Now she is running her own IT business titled Her Dynamic Hubs successfully. Dynamic Hubs® is a one stop solution hub for all of your Procurement of the goods and ICT service requirements that are required by any organization. The organization has driven by an enterprising and passionate attitude of Nila which inspiring others in entrepreneurship. She has a team of IT experts, engineers, creative designers and content writers to provides products and services to both individuals and organizations with fame. She has earns consumers testimony as reliable service provider within a short time of her business insertion.
She started her career as a software engineer after finishing her MSC in Computer Science & Engineering. Nila received a national award from BASIS in IT innovation search in 2012. Her IT company “Dynamic Hubs” represented Bangladesh at International Young Entrepreneurs’ Summit women 2014 conference at Nepal. She also received an award from E-Commerce fair 2014 and Explore Fashion Talent 2007 (National Award in Fashion). She also is running an E-Commerce based Women’s Clothing Store ‘Adhuna’.
Dynamic Hubs® started in 2010 as a project run by a couple of similar minded entrepreneurs who had worked in different organizations and gathered diverse experiences. Thus, pooling years of experience in a single platform, the Project has turned into an organization that thrives on penetrating new ideas and exploring areas of development in the ICT industry. These entrepreneurs have maintained professionalism and integrity throughout their career. And they are up to dated with the latest technological innovations.Talking to Techworld, Nila says, “We work with our clients and partner companies as a team and deliver Information Communication Technology (ICT) solution and procurement support of the highest class altogether. Whether you are looking to leverage your organization or add a digital and flamboyant essence to it, we can assist you to analyze, identify and explore potential areas of development in your business to improve efficiency.
Our dedicated and visionary team start from that very place where many STOP thinking. Capitalizing on youth and vigor, we can give you the most innovative ideas.” She also said, “Commitment and integrity are our primary means of conducting business. Our appropriately integrated services are tailored to each client’s requirement and provide a wide range of products and services. “Dynamic hubs” commits to provide high quality products and services, offering superior solutions, distinguished quality of work, serving our customers, providing service within the timeline, anonymity of our client’s information, providing any ‘reasonably urgent work’ within 24 hours, promoting values based on Human Rights and secular norms”. Nila added.
Nila thinks that ICT is the best place for women to take it as a career because if women want, they can do IT job, business, freelancing or outsourcing sitting their own home. Engaging women in high-flying ICT careers is not only the right thing to do from the point of social justice; it is also smart economics. Gender diversity in high-value ICT jobs in both management and on the boards of companies is good for business performance. Studies exploring the link between women in leadership positions and business performance have shown a direct positive correlation between gender diversity on top leadership teams and a company’s financial results. More diverse teams make better informed decisions, leading to less risk-taking and more successful outcomes. Over time, therefore, a nation’s ICT competitiveness depends significantly on how it educates and employs women.
Encourage girls to come up in ICT industry Nila said, “Girls generally think ICT means programming where they need to do lots of coding. But ICT doesn’t mean coding only. In social entrepreneurship and e-Commerce and so on. They need to know all about those opportunities of ICT. Time has been changing and I hoped to have more girls in ICT soon.
Evaluating our ICT industry where women’s contribution is significantly low, Nila stated, women are 50% of the total population of Bangladesh but there are only a few taking initiatives. It’s really unfortunate for us. We need to encourage girls in ICT. “I think, Women are behind their male counterpart because of the discrimination in educational opportunities, Social norms, cultural stereotypes, International time zone, dominating women employees, Law payment and so on.” She said. Nila said indicating the authority, “We need a group of dynamic IT leaders both in public and private sector to motivate the women in IT.
Young talents need proper guideline, proper information, visibility, access & sometime consultancy and mentoring where they can work.” She expect that Government & concern association, like BASIS, BWIT ,PINC can work on tax credits, fund issues for the startups, and also can work as support organizations like Women’s Business Centers. It helps the young entrepreneurs to get support in Ease costs and regulations for micro businesses, VAT/ TAX issues and to access the government IT tender. And the massive awareness and training are required to encourage women in ICT. Finally Team work and sharing the success stories can help to aware the community to connect with ICT.