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11:47 AM, February 02, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 11:54 AM, February 02, 2018

Event on social entrepreneurship by YSSE will be held tomorrow

Youth School for Social Entrepreneurs (YSSE), one of the youth organisations of Bangladesh, is organising a social entrepreneurship summit to be held on February 3, 2018, at Emmanuelle’s New Hall, Dhaka. The summit will create an opportunity for the youths to connect with resource people and some of the successful social entrepreneurs.

According to a press release, Sidsel Belken, Honourable Ambassador of Norway; and Nahim Razzaq, Member of Parliament Standing Committee on Youth and Sports, Convener of Youth Bangla, will participate in the summit as Guests of Honour. The Special Guest of the event is Engineer Md Abdul Awal, Founder and Managing Director of the Structural Engineers Ltd. As guest speakers, Abdul Hannan Chowdhury, Vice Chancellor of Primeasia University; Mahmudul Hasan Sohag, Chairman and CEO of Onnorokom Group; Monsurul Aziz, Head of Enterprise Design of Toru Institute of Inclusive Innovation; Md Saimum Hossain, Co-founder and Head of Business of GEEKY Social; Zaiba Tahya, Founder and CEO FEM- Female Empowerment Movement; Mahmudul Hasan Sadi, Head of Communications and Inbound Marketing of Rokomari.com; Sanjana Farid, Country Head  of BRAC Saajan Exchange; Sarah Beara Harkinator, Social Innovation Coordinator of International School Dhaka (ISD); Almasur Rahman, Author, Motivational Speaker and Councilor; Ibnul Syed Rana, Chairman and CEO of Nirapod Development Foundation, will also be attending the summit.

The Daily Samakal is the Print Media Partner and Radio Dhoni 92.1 F.M is the Radio Partner of this event. Roar Bangla, Rokomari.com and Star Youth are the Strategic Partners of the summit. Toru Institute of Inclusive Innovation is the Knowledge Partner of this event.

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