Topics: Eid ul-Fitr, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneur Pages: 3 (932 words) Published: August 26, 2013
A Story of an entrepreneur
An Entrepreneur is an individual who organizes and operates a business and taking financial risk to do so. The entrepreneur is commonly seen as an innovator of new ideas, and business processes. Everyone has different strengths and weaknesses ,and entrepreneurs are no exception. But all entrepreneurs share certain qualities. We all know about Md. Yunus, Salman F.Rahman, Bill gates, Richard Branson and so on. They create such a miracle in the world as an entrepreneur. But now we are talking about a person who is not such popular like them; but he an real life entrepreneur He earns very low but he can be the great example for us or those who wants to be an entrepreneur. His name is Md Akbar Ali, An entrepreneur. He is a freedom fighter and now he is a hawker of Gulshan Hawkers Market ,make his earnings by selling cloth products like T-shirts, pant, children’s outfits and other materials. He was born in 1950 in Noakhali at lakshmipur district in Killarander village .He is the youngest son of Mohammad Ali and Nasima khatun. From childhood he was familiar with poverty and at very early age he lost his parents. Md. Akbar ali is not an educated person at all. He just went to school only for one day!!!!! And that day he decided that he will never come to school again!!! But this fact can’t beat his confidence. In 1971, he participated in the war. After that 9 month bloodshed war.he lost everything. He had nothing to do at that time. So he took a loan of only 500 taka from a relative and then came in Dhaka 1975 . He didn’t have any plan or idea. He didn’t knew his destination. But he had only one thing and that is courage and self-confidence. He slowly made connections everywhere. He met as many people as he could and builded up relationships. Afterwards, this people helped him. They took him to gulisthan and teached him how to do his business. From that day he started a new life. Then he started his business by a rickshaw van...
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