Social Business Learning Center
Social Business Learning Centre (SBLC) works in promoting dialogue, implementation and awareness relating to the concept of social business.
The groups who SBLC aims to engage with includes, social business enthusiasts, young entrepreneurs, women entrepreneurs and leaders, business associations/federations, major Businesses/Corporate working towards setting up social business wings, small and medium enterprises and units working for rural and other development, regional development organizations, academics, unemployed (particularly the youth) and many more.
Activities that will be undertaken in the Social Business Learning Centre include social business concept discussion, staff orientation programs, social business competition, social business screening exercise, business plan competition, staff development, different trainings, project development and implementation and many more.
GTT will offer SBLC to organizations that want to undertake trainings, seminars, worskhops and other programs. For further information please contract Grameen Telecom Trust
Tel: 88 02 9034733 , 9034744 (ext- 112, 104)
Fax: 88 02 9023916
Email : email@example.com
The Centre is specially designed to be self-contained and is equipped with the following
Training room provided with a smart board, multimedia projector and microphones
- Classroom style capacity – 30
- Theatre style capacity – 50
- Boardroom style capacity – 20
- Computer equipment to run presentations;
- Dining facilities that can accommodate 20 guests at a time;
- Kitchen, crockery & cutlery, which allows the option of either bringing in your own food and beverage or ordering from outside caterers;
- Internet connectivity;
- Toilet facilities
In addition, delegates can also take the opportunity to visit the library and information centre which provides a comprehensive range of resources such as:
- Reference materials in electronic and traditional formats on social business and development issues
- Internet access for research on social business and development issues