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2019-05-04 12:40:34 BdST

The event aims to bring young professionals in a common platform to connect them with people from different walks of the societyJCI organizes Bangladesh Leadership Conclave 2019


op Junior Chambers International (JCI) present tokens of appreciation to distinguished guests at their Bangladesh Leadership Conclave 2019, held in Dhaka recently Courtesy

Junior Chambers International (JCI) Bangladesh hosted its leadership conclave, one of its most prestigious events, at Hotel Le Meridien in the capital recently, according to a press release.

The conference titled “JCI Bangladesh Leadership Conclave 2019 ‐ Together towards Tomorrow”, was attended by diplomats, government officials, business leaders, leading entrepreneurs and young professionals.

The event aims to bring young professionals in a common platform to connect them with people from different walks of the society, empower them to discover their voice and realize their ability to make a positive contribution to the society.

Salman F Rahman, the private industry and investment adviser to the prime minister, was chief guest, while Zunaid Ahmed Palak, State Minister for Information and Communication Technology Division and Sheikh Fazle Fahim, newly-elected president of Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) were present as the special guests in the youth conference.

Arman A Khan, 2019 National Vice President and Chair of the Organizing Committee, JCI Bangladesh put forward the opening remark. He welcomed all the guests for their kind presence and also thanked them for joining the leadership conference, allowing the young generation will get opportunity to learn from their experiences.

Irfan Islam, 2019 National President of JCI Bangladesh, put forward his welcome address. He also thanked the Chief Guest and the Special Guests, all the speakers and attendees at the conference and said “change is only possible when the youth take up the responsibility.”

In his speech, Amzad Hussain, Executive Vice President of JCI focused on the prospects of Bangladesh to utilize its manpower resources in every sector. He said “Bangladesh is a young country, and is going through a phrase where majority is the working class. If we can utilize our manpower accordingly, we definitely can take this country much higher.”

A guest’s recognition and networking break was followed by leadership sessions on Business, Finance and Technology aiming to focus on contribution of leadership in the fields.

JCI is a non government and non profit global organization of young active citizens from age 18 to 40 who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities. It is active in more than 120 countries across the world. JCI Bangladesh currently has 14 local chapters with over 800 members.

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