Banglalink Digital Communications Limited is a fully owned company of Telecom Ventures Ltd. which is a 100% owned subsidiary of Global Telecom Holding. VEON owns 51.9% shares of global telecom holding following a business combination in April 2011, between VEON ltd. (then VimpelCom) and wind telecom s.p.a. VEON is a NASDAQ and Euronext Amsterdam-listed global provider of connectivity, with the ambition to lead the personal internet revolution for the 235 million+ customers it currently serves, and many others in the years to come. It offers services to customers in 13 markets including Russia, Italy, Algeria, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Georgia, and Laos. VEON operates under the “Beeline”, “Kyivstar”, “WIND”, “Jazz”, “banglalink”, and “Djezzy” brands. Since the launch of Banglalink in February 2005, its impact was felt immediately. Overnight mobile telephony became an affordable option for customers across a wide range of market segments. The initial success of Banglalink was based on a simple mission: “Bringing mobile telephony to the masses”, which was the cornerstone of Banglalink’s strategy. Digitalization is becoming a necessity and telecom service providers need to update their services and business strategies to compete with the Digital world. Banglalink aims to enable its customers to get the best out of the digital future and creating a true digital ecosystem in providing products that suits the demands of customers. The growth of Banglalink over the years have been fueled with innovative products and services targeting different market segments, aggressive improvement of network quality and dedicated customer care, creating an extensive distribution network across the country, and establishing a strong brand that emotionally connected customers with Banglalink. Banglalink provides equal employees opportunities and has always shown zero tolerance for any non-compliance activity. Banglalink’s HQ became the first certified Green Office by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in Bangladesh. The company has relatively flat organizational structure to bring employees closer together and closer to management as a way to generate fresh, innovative ideas from all corners of the organization. With the ambition to create value beyond connectivity, Banglalink is now working relentlessly to bring digital world to each and every customer to build a true digital Bangladesh.