Akash to sponsor Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe

-- February 20, 2020

Source: The New Age

Satellite service provider Akash DTH Wednesday.was declared Bangladesh national team’s sponsors for their home series against Zimbabwe as the board was yet to find a full-fledged sponsor. The BCB’s sponsorship deal with prominent consumer goods company, Unilever Bangladesh Limited, expired on January 31 this year and since then their men’s, women’s and age-level teams are without a permanent sponsor. The BCB invited a bid from interested parties on January 21 this year for a two-year contract till January 31, 2022 and the bidding process was scheduled to take place on February 10. Beximco, who own Akash DTH, is also currently sponsoring Bangladesh national women’s team in the ICC women’s Twenty20 World Cup in Australia. The Tigers are scheduled to play one Test, three one-day internationals and two Twenty20 internationals against Zimbabwe in March.



  • A specialized institute that works for the holistic development of children with special educational needs through different programs
  • Include early childhood development programs (ECD), special schooling, therapeutic interventions, medical and neuro-developmental assessment, leisure time and co-curricular activities, training for the teachers, parents and integrated services

Other CSR Initiatives

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  • Charity contributions through the Gono Sahajjo Songstha (GSS) for the educational sector for the unprivileged
  • Free drugs during natural calamities and distribution of clothing during winter
  • As part of BEXIMCO Group’s focus on society development, Fazlur Rahman Foundation has established a project called "FRF Diagnostic Centre". The project provides health screening services for Beximco Pharmaceuticals and Beximco Antibiotics Industries employees.
  • Sponsoring events and national sport stars and teams
  • Official sponsor of the Bangladesh National Cricket team for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011
  • Official sponsor of the FIFA friendly match between Argentina and Nigeria held in September, 2011