Who We Are

INSTITUTE OF MUTUAL INFORMATION-IMI (An organization of Sustainable Innovative, Social Business & Social Development for Youth Entrepreneur & Empowerment) the many systems and processes that exist within an organization, you find people — the key component that underlies everything in business. Great companies cannot be successful without them. We rely on our people to stay innovative, adaptable, and productive in an ever-changing, market-shifting global economy. Every day companies and leaders are facing challenges and opportunities that require asking people to think, feel, or act differently in support of business goals. That’s where we come in.

We do such by designing and implementing successful, effective flagship programs that support the growth of Individual, SME businesses, RMG, and community-based organizations across the country, especially those that are rurally & urban-based, youth-focused, and female-owned. So often it’s referred to as the “soft stuff” but in fact, it’s the hardest for companies to get right — leadership, communication, change, culture, organizational effectiveness, talent management, and employee engagement — Sustainable Innovation, Social Business & Social Development, Youth Entrepreneur & Empowerment, leadership, communication, change, culture, organizational effectiveness, talent management, and employee engagement. Technical & Vocational Youth-focused Programs; SME Entrepreneurship & Capacity Development Programs, Cluster Based Skill Developments, Entrepreneurship & Management Development, Holistic Waste Management, Strategic Planning, Usability Research Textiles & RMG Garbage/Jhuta, Human and Workplace Rights, Deprived & distressed man, destitute & disadvantaged women, Worker & Street children, orphans, landless, poor cultivators, labor community especially RMG industries, Awareness and Development Training, Inspection Services; Audits And Certification; Training With Standards; Non-Certifications; Testing, Machine Calibration And Accreditation; buyer’s CoC, Safety (Structural, Electrical & Fire Safety) and Monitoring and Evaluation, leadership, communication, change, culture, organizational effectiveness, talent management, and employee engagement.

Social enterprise

Social Development

Social investors

Policy advocates

Policy advocates

Public forum

Entrepreneurship & Management Development Program

Non-government Organization

Education

Technical & Vocational Youth-focused Program

Entrepreneur Programs

Cluster Based Skill Development Program
So often it’s referred to as the “soft stuff” but in fact, it’s the hardest for companies to get right — leadership, communication, change, culture, organizational effectiveness, talent management, and employee engagement.