Crony Group is honored to have participated in the BUFT National Career Fest and remains committed to fostering talent, empowering individuals, and contributing to the growth of the garments manufacturing industry in Bangladesh.
Crony Group, a leading family-run corporation with a rich history in the global garments manufacturing industry, proudly announces its participation in the BUFT National Career Fest 2023. This event took place at the campus of BGMEA University of Fashion and Technology (BUFT) in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Career Fest served as a platform for employers and job seekers to connect and fulfill their respective needs.
With over two decades of experience, Crony Group has become synonymous with excellence in the garments manufacturing sector. As a company rooted in core family values, we recognize that our employees are our greatest asset. With more than 15,000 dedicated professionals across our factories, we are committed to providing employment opportunities and contributing to the growth and development of talented individuals.
During the BUFT National Career Fest, Crony Group’s HR team actively engaged with job seekers by collecting their CVs and conducting on-the-spot interviews. This proactive approach allowed us to connect with numerous aspiring individuals and explore potential synergies. We were impressed by the talent and enthusiasm displayed by the attendees, reaffirming our belief in the exceptional pool of professionals in Bangladesh.
Faruque Hassan, BGMEA President came up with remarks while addressing the inaugural ceremony of the ‘BUFT National Career Fest 2023’ as the guest of honor on May 13.
The Career Fest was organized by the BUFT Career Development Club (BCDC) with the objective of facilitating meaningful interactions between employers and job seekers. Distinguished guests, including Chairman of BUFT Board of Trustees Md. Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin MP, BUFT Vice Chancellor Prof Dr. SM Mahfuzur Rahman, former BGMEA Vice Presidents Md. Moshiul Azam (Shajal), and Mohammed Nasir, graced the event’s inaugural ceremony with their presence.
Hundreds of job seekers thronged the fairgrounds, where approximately 40 esteemed organizations, including leading garment companies, provided aspiring professionals with valuable opportunities. This collaborative effort aimed to bridge the gap between job seekers and potential employers, facilitating on-the-spot hirings and interviews.