Meet the successful Bangladeshi freelancer Khairul Alam
News Desk || risingbd.com
Freelancing is one of the long-serving industries that has been contributing to the global GDP. In the recent past freelancing has flourished in Bangladesh paving the way for a large group of skilled yet unemployed communities.
With 6.5 lakh freelancers, Bangladesh has the second largest number of online workers in the world. As stated by the business magazine Forbes, Bangladesh is among the top 10 countries in terms of income from freelancing.
Bangladesh ranks eighth in freelancing income and Bangladesh’s growth is 26 percent. In this sweeping industry, one such name is Fleet Bangladesh that has been thriving with all its proficiencies. The advent of Fleet Bangladesh is a huge leap into the world of freelance as well as in the transformation of the burgeoning digitization of the country.
In 2018 Khairul Alam’s entrepreneurial calling was initiated with Fleet Bangladesh. At the bereavement of his father at a tender age, Khairul Alam was in the quest for a job to take his financial needs in his stride while dodging his career paths to revolutionize the freelancing industry in the country. He unfolded the journey of Fleet Bangladesh from ten employees exceeding more than a thousand. Fleet Bangladesh has reached a milestone not just in the surge of job opportunities in the country but has worked to be esteemed as a paradigm that proffers its employees with competitive and fair pay and benefits. One such rarity is the perquisite of the Hajj fund to the parents of the top thirty outperformers which is epoch-making.
Currently, Fleet Bangladesh renders its services to more than 300 companies extensively including eBay, Amazon, and Walmart. Its services are comprised of Call Center Solution, E-commerce Store Customer Support (ESCS), and E-commerce Inventory Management Solutions (EIMS).
Fleet is now considering their in-house projects which are Fleet Learning, Fleet Soft, Fleet Buy, Flex.ai, Fleet Real estate as its future concern. Fleet Bangladesh now contrives to spike employment by expanding to 64 districts in Bangladesh.