Banglalink celebrates ‘Earth Day’ with its customers countrywide
[Dhaka, Bangladesh April 22, 2017]: Banglalink, one of the leading Digital Communications service providers of Bangladesh has celebrated ‘Earth Day’ on April 22, 2017, at its selected Banglalink Stores countrywide. This initiative is a part of its Corporate Responsibility that supports the environmental movement worldwide. Banglalink greeted its customers with saplings and messages to spread awareness about protecting the environment. Besides celebrating the day across the country, a program was organized at the Banglalink Store in tigers’ den in the presence of Quazi Sarwar Imtiaz Hasmi, Additional Director General, Department of Environment, Banglalink’s High Officials, employees, and valued customers.
Banglalink always supports and encourages environmental protection related activities. It always maintains environmentally friendly policies that have helped the organization to achieve the prestigious Green Office Certification by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). As an environmentally responsible Digital organization, it understands the worth of Earth’s limited resources. This event is an initiative to make Banglalink employees and valued customers aware about the significance of Earth’s contribution in our lives.
Taimur Rahman, Chief Corporate & Regulatory Affairs Officer, Banglalink said, “It is a proud moment for us to take such initiative for marking the ‘Earth Day.’ Banglalink supports environmentally friendly policies which reflect through our work strategy. We believe customers are our biggest strength and therefore we have taken such step to spread the awareness message among them. We hope, it is going to be executed not only for today, but this should be a continuous practice for creating a sustainable environment. Banglalink will continue implementing similar initiatives as it moves forward and aspires to be the leading Digital communication service provider of Bangladesh.”
Banglalink, one the leading digital communications service providers in Bangladesh with over 31 million subscribers, and a subsidiary of Netherlands based company VEON Ltd.
Web site: www.banglalink.net