V-link Network was founded in 2015 with an ambition to build a world-class technology outsourcing company out of Bangladesh. V-link Network is one of the underrated tech companies in Bangladesh. The reasons are understandable. Unlike many rising consumer technology companies in Dhaka And Chittagong.
But there is a lot more to V-link Network than meets the eye. If it plays its cards right as it has been doing, it can become Bangladesh’s first global technology company. And tech enthusiasts and founders would be wise to pay attention to the emerging behemoth in Chittagong.
Starting small with a 4-person team, the company has expanded internationally over the last decade on the back of an excellent talent pool, empowering culture, and strategic partnerships. Characteristic of itself, the company has quietly built a reputation for being an excellent workplace for high-caliber tech talent and for working successfully with large international clients across a variety of industries.
Although Bangladesh’s tech industry has a long way to go compared to its neighboring countries and peers such as India and Indonesia, the country has been showing serious potential to become a technology hub. A growing economy. A young population. High internet and smartphone penetration. The country has both talent and market. In accordance, the Bangladesh Government has set an ambitious target of $5 billion in technology exports by 2025. V-link Network seeks to take advantage of the momentum.
V-link Network is an ambitious company. The company says it aims to create massive technology employment opportunities in Bangladesh, provide the best quality solutions to its clients, and become a home for cutting-edge technology solutions for local and global customers.
The combination of ambition and an enabling culture has done the magic. Within a short span of 7 years, the company has managed to show a glimpse of its potential. The numbers speak. V-link Network is one of the fastest-growing IT outsourcing companies in Chittagong, Bangladesh. It currently has footprints in 3 markets including the Australia, China, Malaysia and the Middle East.