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[pic] Ten Successful Entrepreneurs profile in Bangladesh « on: August 05, 2012, 10:22:24 AM » 01: A.K Azad Born A.K Azad comes of a respectable Muslim family of Jhiltuli, Faridpur on December 31, 1959. His father’s name is Late Alhaj MA Aziz who was a respected personality among the people of Faridpur. Education This talented and self determined industrialist. Mr. Azad did his B.sc Honors in Applied Physics in 1983 from University of Dhaka. Early Career After completion his higher education Mr. Azad did not try to have any government job rather he engaged himself with business. Despite having many impediments as well as problems in his business Mr. Azad overcome it with courage and by applying his merit and perseverance he…show more content…
02: Samson H. Chowdhury Born Samson H. Chowdhury was born in 25 September 1925 into Pabna Bangladesh. He was an entrepreneur in Bangladesh. He was a Chairman of Astras Ltd. and Square (Bangladesh). Education Samson H. Chowdhury was born on 25 September 1925. He studied at Senior Cambridge. He completed a management training course jointly sponsored and conducted by University of Dhaka and Harvard University. Work After completing his education he returned to what was then East Pakistan and settled in Ataikula village in the Pabna district, where his father was working as a medical officer in an outdoor dispensary. In 1952 he started a small pharmacy in Ataikula village which is about 160 km off capital Dhaka in the north-west part of Bangladesh. . He served as a vice president of the Baptist World Alliance from 1985 to 1990. In addition to being a BWA vice president, Chowdhury served in other areas of the global Baptist organization, including on the BWA General Council, the Executive Committee, the Baptist World Aid Committee, the Promotion and Development Committee, and the Memorial Committee. Chowdhury was elected president of the Bangladesh Baptist Church Fellowship (BBCF) a dozen times, and was honorary general secretary for 14 years, between 1956 and 1969. He was a president of both the National Church Council of Bangladesh and the National Evangelical Alliance. Recognition Chowdhury was recognized as a Global
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