Woman Entrepreneur and 100 % Local handmade work
I always appreciate Women’s entrepreneurship.
I prefer my shopping from them.
I can communicate with them directly and want their success form the bottom of my heart.
I always feel that our women are very courageous and motivated those who have already succeeded. It is our duty to motivate our women for the betterment of a family, community, and Nation. Without the help of men, it is not possible. They are our brothers and guardian. They should come forward for the improvement and betterment of girls’ and ladies’ activities.
Recently I visited one handmade clothing shop, in Manikgong, Bangladesh one of the owners is a woman named Laboni Khan which has become very popular these days for its work. IT is totally run by their family members. The design by their own and do the color combination. The amount of hard work they are doing if they use a designer who are in rich of set up the design and color combination they can create an international market for their work I believe.
I bought few clothes. All are very fine handmade work. One shouldn’t copy their work. It is their rights to be protected by Law of the country. We should exercise Intellectual Property law to address any issues like that. The market has become digital these days. One can easily choose what to buy and what not. It is always better to buy something seeing the natural view in front. Sometimes the camera betrays the original color of a cloth particularly.
However it is always nice to have a cloth you desire a lot .
ustice A.B.M Khairul Haque, Chairman, Law Commission was speaking in a Seminar organized by Poribesh Bachao Andolon (Poba) at a discussion on “Marine resources of Bangladesh and environmental conservation” on 24th May 2014 in CIRDAP Auditorium.