Bangladesh
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Top Coworking Spaces in Bangladesh

600 BDT /d
Moar, Dhaka

Moar

4/5

MOAR is a coworking space in the popular Banani area of Dhaka. Not so long ago Nabila and Nahid, friends and young archi... More

3500 BDT /m
Hub Dhaka, Dhaka

Hub Dhaka

0/5

Located in the Mirpur district, just a quick rickshaw ride away from the beautiful botanical garden’s and Bangladesh’... More

300 BDT /d
inHouse, Dhaka

inHouse

5/5

inHouse is Bangladesh's first idea village, a collaboration space for entrepreneurs, artists, designers, writers and just... More

500 BDT /d
The Wave, Dhaka

The Wave

0/5

Right in the heart of Banani in the bustling metropolis city of Dhaka, Is The Wave coworking and community space, this is... More

Recent reviews in Bangladesh

I usually only use the quiet zone. The view is super nice and the environment is rather productive. I par... Show More
Shahan M
The environment, people and the community is fun, creative and professional.
Iqbal Hussain
I loved the location, right in the heart of banani. The place itself is peaceful and comfortable. Just br... Show More
Nabila Nazneen
I loved the location of Moar. And the place itself is perfect to work alone or in groups. Just bring in y... Show More
Mystery Coworker

The home of the Bengal tiger, Bangladesh sits in the Bay of Bengal with 70% of its population under 35. Awash in tech savvy millennials, the startup scene is in its infancy but is ripe for growth and there is plenty of opportunity. The number of connected locals is increasing daily in what is described as a homogeneous culture. This is one huge internal market place and they all speak the one language. One of the key challenges for Bangladesh is finding mentorship for the bright sparks that are hungry to get into the game. Seed-capital is coming from early-stage vultures hailing from Singapore, India and Silicon Valley, predominantly congregating in the capital city of Dhaka where there is the highest number of universities in the country. Another challenge is the fact that the infrastructure is not quite up to par, but the target is for 50 million users of the Internet over the next few years.

There are numerous startups that have already made the world sit up and notice them, such as "Technolive", "The Tech Lab" and "branoo". These startups are not just commercially driven, but some are hoping to change the educational landscape of the country. Bangladesh has been named as one of the most challenging startup ecosystems in South Asia due to its economic instability and political chaos. The potential is there in an untapped market of 160 million people as Bangladesh is the 7th biggest country in the world.

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