Key Figures Of 2015

Grameen Intel Social Business Ltd. witnessed significant improvement in 2015. Notable numbers of farmers were benefited through the eAgro solutions which successfully played a role to create local entrepreneurs to facilitate them across Bangladesh, India, Cambodia and Nepal. To learn more, check out the Infographic given below:  

News coverage on agreement signing with HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Bangladesh

Around 2,000 farmers in two districts of Bangladesh are coming under the e-Agro service of Grameen Intel Social Business Ltd. by the current year, as the company has signed an agreement with HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Bangladesh, a member-based non-profit association. The MoU was signed by Pavel Hoq, Chief Operating Officer of Grameen Intel and Kasper […]

Grameen Intel sows seeds for tech-savvy farming: interview of Kazi I Huque at the independent

Grameen Intel sows seeds for tech-savvy farming When Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus and the then Intel chairman, Craig Barrett, created Grameen Intel Social Business Ltd (GISB) in 2007, their chief goal was to solve social problems with the help of information technology at “affordable prices”. Eight years down the line, GISB has created 10 software’s […]

Model village: Where farmers use ICT tools for agriculture

  Grameen Intel Social Business Ltd. has developed a Model village at ‘Borogachha’, located at Domar Upazila of Nilphamari district, where a number of farmers are using ICT tools for agriculture. Applying krishē service, GISB’s fertilizer recommendation software, the farmers have used perfect or comparatively less amount of fertilizers this time. Lead farmer of Borogachha, […]

Danone and Intel among the 50 companies of Fortune Magazine’s Change the World List

  Danone and Intel have been ranked 14th and 39th respectively on the Fortune Magazine’s “Change the World” list, with among other 50 companies. Both these multinational companies have a social business ventures operating in Bangladesh.   Fortune announced its inaugural “Change the World” list, a ranking of companies that have made a sizable impact on major […]

EASY FARMING SOLUTION : Software now goes global

Bangladesh’s top newspaper The Daily Star covered a comprehensive story on the activities of Grameen Intel at its front page on May 29 2015. Please find the report bellow: EASY FARMING SOLUTION Software now goes global A home-grown software solution to agro-input management has gone global. Developed by a social business venture in Bangladesh, mrittikā […]

“A great drawing app for children,” -a gDraw user

“Great app…It’s a great drawing app for children…the step-by-step & trace option is great because it helped my child learn drawing,” commented Md. Shahidul Islam – a gDraw user – on the Google Play Store. Grameen Intel recently released its new mobile app gDraw on the Google Play Store for everyone to enjoy and download […]

Newsletter, April 2014

Grameen Intel now in Nepal and Cambodia Last few months have been quite interesting for Grameen Intel Social Business Ltd. We have organized two training and implementation sessions in Cambodia and Nepal targeted for local entrepreneurs who will use our technology solutions to provide soil testing services. Our software applications are now empowering rice farmers […]

MySlate – Education made smart and fun

communiquē brings you the monthly coverage of the latest internal and external happenings of Grameen Intel Social Business Ltd. MySlate We took conventional K-5 education software, removed language boundaries and increased interactivity to create MySlate: an application to help children learn and write numbers and alphabets in a fun way. Features: –  Audio-Visual aided learning […]

John Davies visits GISB; discusses technology and social initiatives

Grameen Intel CEO Kazi I. Huque and Intel Corporation VP John Davies addressing the guests at the GISB office in Mohakhali, Dhaka, on September 15, 2012. In the presence of guests, (GISB CEO) Kazi I. Huque and (GISB Board Member and Intel VP) John Davies took the opportunity to remark on GISB’s journey thus far and the impact of technology in […]