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Bangladesh will turn into a culturally developed country soon

Kazi Enayet Ullah
Banani Group

Kazi Enayet Ullah. His life and the context and depth of his deeds spread far and wide. He was born in a respectable family of Banani in Dhaka in 1958. His father’s name Kazi Ambar Ali and mother Mrs. Meher Nigar. As a good bright student, Kazi Enayet studied at Mohakhali Model High School, Adamjee Cantonment College of Dhaka. He received his higher degree in Economics on 1984 from the famous University of Sorbonne Paris. Kazi Enayet Ullah has proven himself to be a successful entrepreneur from the very beginning. He always tries to make his parents proud. The journey began 32 years ago with a restaurant named after his childhood locality– Banani at Paris, France. BANANI Restaurant was awarded with the famous French Grand Prix of the Indian Cuisine ‘Golden Fork’.
Along with restaurant business, Enayet has successfully ventured in real estate and travel business. For more than three decades, he has been expanding his business in different parts of Europe, South America, North Africa, Middle East and Central and South Asia. He received numerous awards from both government and non-government entities for excellence as an entrepreneur. With France-Bangladesh Economic Chamber, he organized a special meeting on latest trade opportunities, new joint ventures and training sessions on accounting, taxes and legal assistance issues within the French Bangladeshi community in 2018.
In 2017, Kazi Enayet Ullah met the Prime Minister of Canada, His Excellency Mr. Justin Trudeau and the Parliamentary delegation of Canada and discussed the current economic and social situation of NRBs in Canada. In 2012, he established ‘BANGLADESH BUSINESS CONSULTING’ (BBC) which works simultaneously in Paris and Dhaka with a view to aiming to heighten the business relation between the two countries. He is the Co-Founder and Secretary General of ALL EUROPEAN BANGLADESH ASSOCIATION (AEBA).
AEBA is a non-political, non-religious and non-discriminating European association. He is initiator of Bangabandhu square & statue in city of Paray-le-Monial in France. Enayet Ullah organised the 1st Bangladesh Global Summit held on 19 and 20 November, 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He has made possible a lot of other international business events to promote Bangladesh. He has a strong contribution in cultural arena and always played a pivotal role to promote Bangladeshi culture in and outside of country. He has produced a number of fiction and non-fictions films that portray cultural diversity of Bangladeshi people. Yet, Kazi Enayet Ullah looks forward to continue his journey as an active entrepreneur, organiser and cultural activist for a better tomorrow for Bangladeshis across the world. He is hopeful that Bangladesh will turn into a culturally developed country soon.


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