Success Story

Umme Sayla Rumki is a physiotherapist, came from a low income family. She had completed graduation on physiotherapy since 2008 from Dhaka University. From the childhood, she used to dream to build her own business instead of getting job. Therefore she started a physiotherapy center by renting 500 square feet place near to her living area at Mohammadpur, Dhaka in 2009.

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Masum Talukder has borne in 1985 at a rural family of the western part of Bangladesh. After passing diploma education he came to Dhaka in 2005 for employment. As like as so many rural youth of Bangladesh, he faced difficulties to adjust and getting job in Dhaka city. However, initially he got a job in a company but could not carry on due to work pressure.

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Ms. Shanta Islam Shathi got married when she was only 18, but early marriage could not stop her from pursuing further studies and emerging as a successful entrepreneur later. “I did not want to be a static witness as a member of a poor family rather eager to live with freedom, dignity and safe life” –a simple desire made U-turn of Shathi’s life a year before.

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Anamika is an entrepreneur who have been registered as project participant of B’Yeah in the earlier of this year. After enrolment she has received training and business plan development support. Currently she is getting support from mentors and waiting to receive loan from Bank. She has a factory of producing mosquito coil in Dhaka since 2013.

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Wahab became a successful entrepreneur after leaving job  

 

Wahab Khan has established an independent business of his own after leaving the job. Wahab took this hard decision without taking the second decision in his life. But if this decision is taken a long time ago, Wahab’s life would be easier. Today, Wahab is not an employee, he is a complete entrepreneur, he dreams of giving employment to countless people.

Wahab is 27 years old. No one knows what a deficiency is like a Wahab. In search of work his father moved to Dhaka from the village – – – in. At that time, Wahab was 5 years old. With his two brothers in a small house, they spent their childhood full of difficulties. But despite hundreds of hardships, Wahab’s parents have educated Wahab, and Wahab thinks that he must learn to get rid of this deficiency. If Wahab gets a job he could solve all the griefs of his parents. Wahhab kept on studying without eating and asking from others. Even at home, I there may be no electricity at night, with this thought he has been studying in the afternoon immediately after school, so that his father did not have to buy kerasin as an addition. A long-time has passed Wahab took a diploma in electronics from Polytechnical and took a job in a large company in Dhaka. Gradually, there he improved his skills and talents, with what he earns he fulfills the needs of the mother and brothers very well, the responsibility of his family has been successfully carried out by him. His father couldn’t see this happiness. Wahhab says I was not satisfied with that job. I could express my skills as myself. One of the keys to being an entrepreneur was inside me.  

The thought of being an entrepreneur connects him to BYEAH. At first, there was some hesitation, but after receiving the 5-day training of B’YEAH. Wahab’s decision to leave his job to become an entrepreneur was not too late. Family members welcomed the decision by Wahab. Wahab started Angle Fittings Workshop on AC. The Angle of AC made by him became very popular in the Mirpur area within a few days. Wahhab is conducting workshops with two employees. Trade license, a bank account has been opened in the name of the company. Daily accounts are being kept in the accounts. Wahab is moving forward with a specific business plan. Already, it has started a showroom in Paribag by the end of the year 2018, with the profits that have been made by providing large quantities of products to two established businesses. There is 2 permanent staff His younger sister is also a startup entrepreneur. Wahab has been assigned his sister as the responsibility of managing his showroom for teaching her. 

After working for the long term, he risked becoming an entrepreneur by joining BYEAH. Wahab said; If I had not joined the BYEAH, I would still have worked. But BYEAH has shown me the way to create employment, to be entrepreneurial. I am an entrepreneur – the peace of this identity cannot be implied. I currently have an investment of 20 lakh taka. Over the next three years, I am aiming for a turnover target of Tk 3 Crore a year. Wahhab wants young people not to expect jobs. Taking initiative in creative work can one day be successful. As successful as it is to be an entrepreneur who wants to leave the job.

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Ching Ching in the colors of the art

When a symbol is found in perfection in paintbrush and colors it is called an art. And by the touch of whose hand the work is performed called the artist. An artist explores and enhances the paradox of nature in various forms of art. Da Ching Ching is one of the artist entrepreneurs.

Thirty-four years old Ching Ching came down from the hillside to cherish her dream to do the job after completing studies. After moving around in different places she was surrounded by frustration, once she left her expectation and looking for a new way to survive.

Da Ching Ching’s enthusiasm has been a great interest in art since childhood. Whenever she got a chance she started to draw by using paper and pencil. The advertisement of the paintings at the back of the vehicles and rickshaw everywhere used to give her interest. Finally, her childhood’s advertisements chose her job as an artist. She started to draw the paintings behind of rickshaw. After a while, she got well fame for her work. She decided this art needed to be institutionalized. She started a new venture with the proprietorship of ‘FInery’ her own organization. She just started her journey along ‘Finery’ only with thirty thousand taka and fifteen workers. The asset became two lakhs taka. After that, there’s no stop in painting. This organization draws and paints rickshaw canvas on different kinds of bottles, ornaments, and mobile cover. This organization also paints different walls and woods. Da Ching Ching says that the honor of this art is not over yet, the people live inside of walls of wood and brick in town always search the glance of nature.

Finery gained so much fame after participating in the different fairs of paintings. A daily newspaper also published about Finary.

Perfect planning and guidance for the successful business Bangladesh Youth Enterprise Advice & Help Centre (BYEAH) had played a great role to meet the deficit of ‘Finery’ what lacking it has at its starting. I am grateful forever to BYEAH for being with me on this journey. I want to also thank a mentor for being such a nice business advisor. I am an artist, entrepreneur. I want to live in art. I have only one aim, to make Finery a repute organization by paint the generous gift of nature and to deliver this art of the general to delectation.

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Forida is a neme of inspriration

 

“I am very Ecstatic and delighted today to introduce about myself as a woman entrepreneur, even though no one in my family is involved in the business, I am proud to be an entrepreneur by learning about literacy. ”The words are from young entrepreneur Farida Begum.

Farida says in her story of becoming an entrepreneur, “daughters, From this kind of family, girls get into the job after education, they do not get involved in the business. “When I was in last year of masters in mathematics, with nothing to do after class. Every day, I read the newspaper and looked at the business page very diligently. The family had already started pushing for marriage. But there was one thing, if I got a government job, the marriage would continue sometime later. Never dared talk about business. But, from childhood, I used to do different things in cloth.In the meantime with one of my friends went to a BYEAH’s workshop. I heard the words echo in my mind. I promised that day, I would be an entrepreneur.

After getting B’YEAH business training, I took sewing training. I used to teach in private, even after spending a lot of money was accumulated. Buy the sewing machine with that money, I started Farida’s Craft by renting a house on the roof of my friend’s house. After starting a business at a friend’s house, I realized that the quality of my products needs to be developed. I received training in fashion design at the SME Foundation. After that, I was able to develop the quality of my made products and the demand for my made products in the local market continued to increase. One day I explained it to my parents. Also, show them some of the clothes I made. They are happy to see this, I also get double enthusiasm for a new venture.

Problems arise in product marketing. I faced such kind of problems Where, whom how to sell to someone, then B’YEAH connected me to Mentor. One more thing, my first participation in the B’YEAH product Fair in 2018. Since that fair I have learned a lot, learned and understood what changes need to be made, demand and mentality of different categories of buyers. In the meantime, I have written a business plan, participated in various training with other organizations including B’YEAH. I am grateful to my mentor Mamtaz Maqsood Apa. She is giving me regular advice. I can feel that a platform like BYEAH is greatly needed, especially for a female entrepreneur. I am so proud and delighted to be joining B’YEAH’s Young Entrepreneur Platform.

Now my business has changed a lot. Now there are six sewing machines, two permanent workers and three temporary workers at my establishment. I’m trying to make my factory environmentally friendly. Since joining B’YEAH, I have become proficient in staff management, keep written accounting, network management. My parents are very happy now. They realize that a woman can be a good entrepreneur.

Finally, now I know my identity. Everyone knows me as an entrepreneur. I am participating in various fairs. I am confident that in the next three years my Farida’s handicraft will become a major Organisation. Many boys and girls will be employed. My products will be exported outside the country. I want every woman to live by her quality.

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Forida is a neme of inspriration

 

“I am very Ecstatic and delighted today to introduce about myself as a woman entrepreneur, even though no one in my family is involved in the business, I am proud to be an entrepreneur by learning about literacy. ”The words are from young entrepreneur Farida Begum.

Farida says in her story of becoming an entrepreneur, “daughters, From this kind of family, girls get into the job after education, they do not get involved in the business. “When I was in last year of masters in mathematics, with nothing to do after class. Every day, I read the newspaper and looked at the business page very diligently. The family had already started pushing for marriage. But there was one thing, if I got a government job, the marriage would continue sometime later. Never dared talk about business. But, from childhood, I used to do different things in cloth.In the meantime with one of my friends went to a BYEAH’s workshop. I heard the words echo in my mind. I promised that day, I would be an entrepreneur.

After getting B’YEAH business training, I took sewing training. I used to teach in private, even after spending a lot of money was accumulated. Buy the sewing machine with that money, I started Farida’s Craft by renting a house on the roof of my friend’s house. After starting a business at a friend’s house, I realized that the quality of my products needs to be developed. I received training in fashion design at the SME Foundation. After that, I was able to develop the quality of my made products and the demand for my made products in the local market continued to increase. One day I explained it to my parents. Also, show them some of the clothes I made. They are happy to see this, I also get double enthusiasm for a new venture.

Problems arise in product marketing. I faced such kind of problems Where, whom how to sell to someone, then B’YEAH connected me to Mentor. One more thing, my first participation in the B’YEAH product Fair in 2018. Since that fair I have learned a lot, learned and understood what changes need to be made, demand and mentality of different categories of buyers. In the meantime, I have written a business plan, participated in various training with other organizations including B’YEAH. I am grateful to my mentor Mamtaz Maqsood Apa. She is giving me regular advice. I can feel that a platform like BYEAH is greatly needed, especially for a female entrepreneur. I am so proud and delighted to be joining B’YEAH’s Young Entrepreneur Platform.

Now my business has changed a lot. Now there are six sewing machines, two permanent workers and three temporary workers at my establishment. I’m trying to make my factory environmentally friendly. Since joining B’YEAH, I have become proficient in staff management, keep written accounting, network management. My parents are very happy now. They realize that a woman can be a good entrepreneur.

Finally, now I know my identity. Everyone knows me as an entrepreneur. I am participating in various fairs. I am confident that in the next three years my Farida’s handicraft will become a major Organisation. Many boys and girls will be employed. My products will be exported outside the country. I want every woman to live by her quality.

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Tushar Abdullah implementing his a dream

A 29 years old young man, who didn’t sit after dreaming, knowing that the path of entrepreneurs is unmatched but he let go of all obstacles hesitating towards the goal by smiling. Now hear some of the success stories by young entrepreneurs from their selves.

I am Abdullah Tushar, we are a local resident of Lakshmipur district, now living in Mirpur and doing businesses here too. I came to Dhaka for higher education 2009, my father used to send me money for pocket expenses, I used to buy clothes by saving that money, that was my addiction. By saving money, I went to various places in Dhaka city to buy new clothes. I started thinking after finishing my studies what would I do. I never had an interest in work as an employee. Though my family members are employed by profession. I started an online business with my maternal uncle. I didn’t think of any other product that I’ll do with the boys’ clothing only. I used to collect and sell clothes from different places but could not make any profit out of it and the product was also good. But could not see the face of profit. I had great trouble. I talked about the problem with many people but could not get any solution.

It’s early 2017. I participated in two trainings, and then I came up with a solution to our problem while creating a business plan. I can realize that online business has just begun in Bangladesh in 2012.Most people were not used to online shopping. As we noticed that all dresses are selling by the trend of religious festivals, and most of the buyers are young. As a result, with the change, our tactics and resumed work on Eid this season. This time we work hard and respond well.We have earned a lot of money and gained our confidence back. our company Aero Blue has become a brand name within just two years.

I am an activist at BYEAH young entrepreneurship program.I have achieved tremendous success in the last 3 years.I have started the business with just 20 Thousand taka but now it’s capital is 7 lakhs taka . I used to work alone in the beginning, now it has 7 employees. With the help of B’YEAH, I borrowed 5 lakhs taka from MIDAS . I got a mentor who is assisting me with various business suggestions. After joining BYEAH I build a network with others. Earlier this year (2019), another branch of AERO BLUE opened in Noakhali. In 3 years I wish to open another two more branches.

This is how Tushar moving forward to fulfill his dreams .

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Determined Nupur – Who never gave up

Everyone is thirsty for beauty, everyone wants to present themselves in a different way, women are already aware of their beauty everywhere in the world. The women of Bangladesh are not far behind. But it is necessary to beautify oneself with the help of others. This decoration is the tranquility of every woman’s mind. There is an artist behind the beautiful makeover

From childhood, Nupur used to do makeup by using her sister’s makeup box. Nupur had a dream of doing something independently. Because she had a strong passion for grooming, she decided about starting a beauty parlor business. But how to get started!

She got married at the age of 14 only and became a mother in the following year. But there is no barrier to in-laws. There is enough motivation to move forward. She took the training of beautification at the beginning of the path to the fulfillment of dreams. Though her family supported her the society had become an obstacle.

In the beginning, no owner wanted to give her rent a place for the beauty parlor. Thirty-five years old Sharmin Sultana Nupur did not go down and she turned her cherished dream into reality. With the support of her family and by ignoring social barriers, she established ‘Tanus Beauty Parlor ‘with just two lakhs Taka. The parlor has currently five trained stuffs. Besides practicing beauty, she gives various health tips for the practice of beauty. Here they cut hair perfectly, give, massage and the do makeover on brides also on other occasions. Customer satisfaction is achieved by striking the properties of this parlor.

To be a successful businessman, you definitely need a good consultant. Bangladesh Young Enterprise Advice and Help Center have been my sole mentor. I thank BYEAH to ease my path of this journey. I am working on the expectation that my parlor will be a part of one of the best parlors and will contribute to the employment of helpless women. (G checked)

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Confident and struggling woman Halima Sikder

Dreams keep people alive, by the stairs of the dream, people can reach their proper destination, whose strong belief is that the man of faith, Halima Sikder (* *). At one time she was one of the common women. Today he is a successful entrepreneur, successful businessman.

After completing her studies, She thought she would work in the opinion of others. After three years of service in an organisation, it seemed as if she could do an independent business on her own without working under another. Halima Sikder becomes confident with her own identity and determination to try something new. She thought all humans are aware of the dress. Especially people are always interested in new dresses.

She decided to make and sell “abaya” for women, after noticing Muslim women. Debuts as a proprietor of a dress company called “Safera” in Mohammadpur, Dhaka.

Although first started by acquaintances, the news of her outward appearance (Abaya) spread gradually to various ends. The trail started and did not look back. But this path was neither smooth nor still. For a woman to be an entrepreneur, it takes a lot of patience, courage and sacrifice. She said, “I can breathe deeply now, but at one time I used to be frustrated and now I am busy. I am a self-sufficient woman now. There has been a time when relatives, even family, have received nothing but sarcasm. And that neglect motivated me to do something myself, to raise my head. Got a search for B’YEAH. Courage, motivation, training, mentor and a family of entrepreneurs. As a member of B’YEAHs family of young entrepreneurs, I am proud and delighted. It currently has five employees in her establishment, which will create more employment in the future. The main goal is to provide women with demand-based services through the “Safra” organization.

B’YEAH has opened up a new horizon of business for me, gave a mentor. Their fervent advice has made my way even broader. I dream of the “Safaris” organization will recognize the name of its own brand of dresses in Dhaka and all places outside Dhaka. ( G Checked)

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“Chiruni” is a name of entreprise

Sirajum Monira, a girl from Kishorgonj who is a self-confident and potential entrepreneur. Homemade cake and herbal hair oil by Monira have got very popularity from an online platform ‘Chiruni.com’. Now she is trying to succeed in her initiative after completing a master’s in finance in the middle of the year 2019. She thinks the day is not so far that she can be able to make a job for others. Sirajum Monira made the cake at home and serves among friends and small family programs. Everybody praised of her homemade cake. She thought about how to earn from it but she has no communication with others outside of her study for the family bindings. Her era of thinking spread out after communicating with B’YEAH with the help of an entrepreneur classmate. She is selling coconut hair oil and wood made comb also. Sirajum Monira says that she made coconut herbal oil with a mixture of different types of herbs in her way and her own need which oil used regularly by her and her family. She takes it as his entrepreneurship with enthusiasm for B’YEAH.

At first relatives and after that many forms online platforms are the regular buyers of her homemade cake, coconut herbal oil and wood made comb.Other family members are also happy for her entrepreneurship. Her mother is more delightful and she says that she never thought her daughter can take such initiative ever after not having any shop, she is selling her products from home.

Monira says she made coconut oil buying a coconut from the bazaar and then she processed with hard work. It’s one kind of ayurvedic hair oil. She also says her mother helped her a lot. She had never such confidence that she would be an entrepreneur. B’YEAH showed her the way to become such an entrepreneur.

Her products are selling from an online plate form Chiruni. The demands of her homemade cake, oil, and wooden comb are rapidly growing.

She has to order that she needs 3 or 4 women to work contractually in every week.  She has made her website to sell her products, she is also using Facebook page for marketing his product, she sells almost bottles oil every day. She has a problem in the beginning. She says, I lost my patience but after taking training from BYEAH I have got my confidence and enthusiasm. Now I have learned how to a business plan and I have known I can earn 3 lac in one year. I am going forward according to my plan.

My interest grew up after attending the festival of B’YEAH. I wish to join permanently 3 or 4 people within the next two years for increasing business growth. Sirajum Monira didn’t feel the need for any bank loan for her business. She is planning for trade licensing. She has a lot of dreams over her business, she wants to make a brand of her products. She says I dream of that dream when people would be thankful for buying her products of chiruni.com.

Now, Sirajum Monira is confident in her initiative.  She thinks one day her Chiruni products will able to take place as a trusted product with their pride. And she is working with this hope.

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“Samu Leather” the Identity Of Momin Dewan

 

Age is not a barrier to being an entrepreneur, for example, Momin Dewan. At the age of just 23, Momin Dewan founded a leather manufacturing company called Samu Leather.

 

Momin Dewan came to Dhaka from Chandpur in 2014 and was admitted to honors. Having an older brother, he had no worries about education and hand money. Rather save money on hand expenses, once its amount exceeded fifty thousand. Older brother used to love very much, he said, Momin, study well, you will get a good job. But he was overwhelmed to do something with lazy money, excluding thinking of job, in the meantime, he noted that young entrepreneurs are interested in leather products. With only 25,000 Taka in his pocket, he went to different markets in Dhaka to buy leather goods, such as belts, money bags, etc., and started selling them to friends and then to various fairs. Meanwhile, big brother and parents got angry at the news of starting a business. Momin could not explain in any case that he was doing business alongside education. But one word from his family, first studies than business. Momin continued the business, pretend to accept his family’s word. Getting the chance, he completed training on leather products from BISIC in 2016.

 

Shortly thereafter, in early 2017, he met at a fair in Uttara with Mahadhe Hasan of B’YEAH. Then joined B’YEAH, got training, planned a business. Since then, the horizon of his thoughts began to widen. He thinks, rather than buying goods from one store and selling elsewhere, produce leather products in a small range, then the profit is higher.that’s it, I worked as good as I thought. Starting of Momin’s only with Tk 25,000. After that, the money earned by participating in various fairs has re-invested the money. In this way, renting a factory in Mohammadpur with income. Buy processed leather wholesale, start production with 2 employees. At that time, family members realized that the boy could not be employed anywhere.

 

In the past two years, Momin has participated in various fairs of his company, Samu leather. Involved with B’YEAH as an active member of the Young Entrepreneur platform, in B’YEAH. This organisation gave him a business mentor. Under whose direction Momin Diwan is moving forward. Daraj online, Alibaba has its products. Currently, 7 employees are working in his factory. There are 6 machines,7 workers in Samu leather of Momin Dewan. Now his capital is Tk 15 lakhs. Momin Dewan’s plan with Samu Leather, “In the next three years, I will be delivering my products to various districts of the country, would be a brand of my own. My factory will be bigger, at least 50 workers in my factory within the next three years. Family members of my home are now supportive of me. I want young people like me not to rush behind jobs, Be an entrepreneur for giving the job.

 

Momin Dewan is moving forward towards his goal, as well as wanting to take forward young entrepreneurs.

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