Evaly has been recognised as the fastest growing brand in Bangladesh by the Singapore-based international magazine AsiaOne. AsiaOne also recognised Mohammad Rassel, managing director, CEO of Evaly, as the country's fastest growing industry leader.
The awards were handed over recently at the 4th edition of award giving ceremony named Asia's Greatest Brands and Leaders. The mega event was organised by the AsiaOne at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, said a press release.
The awards for Evaly were given for the year 2019-20 in the "services-ecommerce" category in the event hosted on the sidelines of the 13th Asian Business and Social Investor Forum.
On the occasion, the organisers said that within a short period of time, Evaly has created a unique brand value on its own in Bangladesh.
At the same time, Evaly and its founder Mohammed Rassell are doing a great job in expanding ecommerce coverage among the customers of the country.
AsiaOne also presented a detailed statistics on the monthly orders of Evaly, product deliveries, net merchandise value and the improving portfolio of products.
In his comment, Mohammad Rassell said, "It is a real pleasure to receive awards and honours from such an international platform. Earlier, AsiaOne honoured Bangladesh's top entrepreneurs, businessmen and personalities. So the level of happiness is even higher."
"However, the customers, dealers, media and above all the government driving the dream of Digital Bangladesh are the main achievers of this honour. Together they all have built an ecosystem that has given Evaly the opportunity to do something very fast. Such an honour has further enhanced Evaly's commitment to the ecommerce sector and customers of the country," he concluded.
Online marketplace, evaly.com.bd commenced with a full-fledged domestic initiative on December 16, 2018. Within a few days, the company started to gain popularity with startling offers and attractive branding. In just over a year, Evaly has been able to deliver products worth Tk10 million to customers. The marketplace now has over 20,000 sellers and over 1.2 million registered customers.
About two hundred workers are now working at the company, which started with only 10 employees. Among them, about 40 percent of the women employees are employed in various positions, including higher posts like the chairman and heads of different departments.