Our device-dependent lives demand nothing but the best when it comes to electronics. Starting from smartphones to speakers and headphones to chargers and power banks, quality and efficiency remain a topmost priority for both work and fun.
To meet such demands and exceed expectations in terms of quality and product range, Contrivance International Limited, the sole distributor of Anker Accessories and OnePlus Phones in Bangladesh, is introducing new consumer technology and device to the mass population while empowering and inspiring everyone to live their best lives by bringing products and helping to create experiences harmoniously.
ওয়ান প্লাস ‘নর্ড’ পাওয়া যাবে শুধু ইভ্যালিতে
জনপ্রিয় মোবাইল হ্যান্ডসেট ব্র্যান্ড ওয়ান প্লাস এর ‘নর্ড’ মডেলের হ্যান্ডসেট পাওয়া যাবে ইভ্যালি ডট কম ডট বিডি’তে। এক্সক্লুসিভ লঞ্চিং এর আওতায় ই-কমার্স ভিত্তিক মার্কেটপ্লেস ইভ্যালিতে আকর্ষণীয় অফারে কেনা যাবে ডিভাইসটি।
ONEPLUS 6 NOW AVAILABLE ON DARAZ
Daraz (daraz.com.bd), one of the leading online marketplaces of Bangladesh has teamed up with Contrivance International LTD to launch the much awaited OnePlus 6 smartphone.
Syed Mostahidal Hoq, Managing Director of Daraz Bangladesh and Ahmed Deedat, Managing Director of Contrivance International inaugurated the launching ceremony held recently at the headquarters of Daraz BD located at Banani in the capital.
MOU SIGNED BETWEEN LANKABANGLA & CIL TO BUY ONEPLUS MOBILE SET
LankaBangla Finance Ltd (LBFL) recently signed MOU with Contrivance International Ltd (Agent of OnePlus Mobile) for its customer privilege. Khurshed Alam, SEVP & Head of Retail Finance of LBF and K. M. Ahmed Deedat, Managing Director of CIL signed the MOU for their respective organizations. Under this MOU, LBF Cardmember will buy OnePlus mobile phone and enjoy EMI facility up to 24 months @ 0% interest under ezypay scheme from CIL’s outlet and distributions.
GRAMEENPHONE BRINGS FITBIT IN BANGLADESH
Grameenphone, in association with Contrivance International Limited, recently launched Fitbit in Bangladesh. Fitbit is the undisputed leader in the global health and wearables market. Its range of fitness products, which go by the same name i.e. Fitbit, were revealed at an event in GPHouse.
ANKER IS BEATING APPLE AND SAMSUNG
Steven Yang quit his job at Google in the summer of 2011 to build the products he felt the world needed: a line of reasonably priced accessories that would be better than the ones you could buy from Apple and other big-name brands. These accessories — batteries, cables, chargers — would solve our most persistent gadget problem by letting us stay powered on at all times. There were just a few problems: Yang knew nothing about starting a company, building consumer electronics, or selling products.
ACTIVITY TRACKER AS PERSONAL MEDICAL DEVICE
FITBIT SPENT ITS first decade selling activity trackers. With its latest moves, the company is starting to look less like a gear maker selling pricey accessories to fitness buffs and more like a medical-device company, catering to hospitals, patients, and health insurers. The company’s business-to-business arm, called Health Solutions, is now addressing four health conditions—sleep disorders including sleep apnea, diabetes, cardiovascular health and mental health—for employers, health insurers, healthcare providers, and researchers.