The articles we have for our November Issue of BBF Monthly primarily focus on fintech, changing consumer trends and economic scenarios across the globe as the Cover Story is Fintech Summit and Award 2021. The November issue also focuses on Climate Change with “Carbon Going Out of Scene” and the very recent COP26 with “Expecting the worst: How brands can embrace pessimism following COP26”. It also delves into global trending issues with articles like The Global Fake Meat Evolution, Singles’ Day: A shopping frenzy for the uninitiated, Mintel’s Revelations on Global Consumer Trends in 2022, The Great Split-Ups: Why large companies are separating into smaller units, Men’s Day 2021 and Children’s Day 2021.
We then shift our focus to local scenarios with the opportunity of loan system in MFS, Wave of Japanese Investment in Bangladesh and Weaving threads of possibilities: How Bangladesh’s RMG sector can be revived in the post-pandemic scenario.
The issue also contains regular segments including the Harvard Business Review, NielsenIQ, exclusively available on BBF Monthly in Bangladesh.
The publication cover was designed by the country’s most prolific artist Ms. Nazia Andaleeb Preema, Director & Creative Editor, Bangladesh Brand Forum.