A lot of things have changed since the COVID-19 pandemic started almost a year ago. Just like our daily life, businesses needed to adapt different methods and channels to survive. Alternative business approaches came into places of the traditional ones in the business value chain. Companies needed to take care of the supply chain to ensure sound value transition to customers while maintaining public’s safety.
Do you have any thought on the newly adopted strategies and channels to tackle this challenging time? Want those ideas to be recognized and published?
Voice of Business offers you a great platform to articulate your take on this. This year, we are back with our signature event “Writing Contest 2020” and the topic chosen is - “Embracing The New Business Channel Trend”. Take part in the contest and grab the opportunity to share your views and win some wonderful prizes.
The Champion of VoB Writing Contest will get a prize money of BDT 5000.
The top 3 write-ups will be published in VoB 11th issue.
Mail us your work at- email@example.com.
Submission deadline: 11:59 PM, 1st December, 2020.
The contest is open for all current Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.
Guidelines for the contest:
1. Entries must be written in English
2. Only one entry per person is acceptable
3. All work must be original and unaided
4. Credit must be given where due. Acceptable format: Harvard Citation
5. The word limit is strictly between 700-1000 words
6. Entries must contain: a title, name of the participant, contact number, university and major
7. The subject of the email should be: VoB Writing Contest 2020
8. The submission must be done by sending both DOC file and PDF file
9. Files should be named by the participant's name
10. The contest is open for current Undergraduate/Postgraduate students of any University
11. VoB reserves the right to use entries for publication or promotional purposes
12. VoB reserves the right to change any rules during the course of the competition
13. VoB reserves the right to disqualify any entry if it fits fine