Two Bangladeshis have been put on the 2018 version of Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 Asia list for their contributions towards solving problems through their business initiatives, reports UNB.
The two young men are Ayman Sadiq, 26, chief executive officer of 10 Minute School and Sajid Iqbal, 27, founder of Change.
The annual list by Forbes features 30 youngsters from Asia who are leveraging business tools to solve the world’s problems.
Ayman Sadiq is an entrepreneur and internet personality known for starting the Youtube channel 10 Minute School that publishes video lectures on various topics, including science, business, personal development, and arts.
Earlier, he was named as one of the winners of the Queen’s Young Leader Award for 2018.
Sadiq attended Dhaka University’s Institute of Business Administration from 2012 to 2016, graduating with a Bachelor in Business Administration.
Another winner, Sajid Iqbal, is the founder of Change, a youth-led development agency working in the field of green innovations, research on renewable energy, water security and sustainable business development.
Sajid Iqbal completed his BSc and MSc in Environmental Science and Management from North South University.