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May 30, 2022
May 30, 2022

Making it to Forbes 30 under 30: In conversation with Shah Rafayat

Shah Rafayat has ticked all the boxes of social entrepreneurship in the last decade through his organisation, Footsteps, tackling multi-layered social issues.

May 21, 2022
May 21, 2022

Akib: From hobbyist to exporting fishing baits

Forgoing the opportunity of a comfortable life in New Zealand, H Ataur Rahman Akib returned to his homeland Bangladesh. He didn't even settle in capital Dhaka, and went to Rajshahi to become an entrepreneur. 

May 13, 2022
May 13, 2022

Akib’s fishing baits being exported to Asia and Europe

H Ataur Rahman Akib started fishing when he was four and he was largely focused on his hobby and making baits until 2018.

May 3, 2022
May 3, 2022

From physically challenged student to successful entrepreneur: The tale of Mohua

Zannatun Ferdous Mohua (24), a physically challenged student of Bogura Government Azizul Haque College, has become a successful e-commerce entrepreneur, by exporting several hand-made embroidery products to foreign countries.

February 8, 2022
February 8, 2022

Entrepreneur and MUA Farnaz Alam in the limelight

Entrepreneurial stories about women shining and making it big has become quite the norm these days. With Farnaz Alam, we have a comparable story of excellence where the creative makeup artist leaves a prominent mark in the much-coveted global beauty industry. Today, as DMD of Woman’s World Ltd, CEO of WW Cosmetics, and founder of Kona by Farnaz Alam, she wears quite a few hats. Nevertheless, these responsibilities only encourage her to achieve more and gain myriad prestigious titles to her name.

August 12, 2021
August 12, 2021
June 11, 2019
June 11, 2019

Tk 100cr fund for budding entrepreneurs

The government is set to create a Tk 100 crore fund for start-ups as it looks to alleviate youth unemployment, which is progressively becoming an albatross for the country.

January 16, 2019
January 16, 2019

From worker to apparel entrepreneur

After the death of her father, Chhobi Das Gupta started working as a garment worker at the age of 12. She dropped out of school and became the bread winner of a family of seven struck hard by poverty.