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Set a vision and goal is crucial for success, Tareq Amin

Four-day BGMEA University of Fashion Technology (BUFT) ‘Textile Fest’ concluded successfully on 22 April, organized by the faculty of Textile Engineering (TE) and Textile Engineering & Management (TEM) department where Bangladesh Textile Today was the media partner.

Guests were handing over the prices to the winners at Textile Fest 2018
Figure 1: Guests were handing over the prices to the winners where Muzaffar U. Siddique, Board of Trustees; Md. Kutubuddin, Chairman & Founder, Envoy Group; Mr. David Hasnat, Chairman, Viyellatex Group Ltd.; Mr. Engr. Shafiqur Rahman, Managing Director, Hams Group Ltd and President of ITET; Prof. Dr. Engr. Ayub Nabi Khan, Pro Vice-Chancellor, BUFT and Prof. Dr. Engr. Abu Bakr Siddique were present.

Fest started with a great innovative project exhibition on various types of textile machinery (Miniature form) made by students of Textile Engineering (TE) and Textile Engineering & Management (TEM) department.  The exhibition was inaugurated by Muzaffar U. Siddique, Board of Trustees, BUFT.

Distinguish guests, teachers of BUFT were present at the seminar on behalf of the Textile Fest on 22 April at BUFT campus.
Figure 2: Distinguish guests, teachers of BUFT were present at the seminar on behalf of the Textile Fest on 22 April at BUFT campus.

On 22 April the bigger seminar has arranged, where Monowar Hossain Polash, Country Manager, AsuTex and Tareq Amin, editor and Publisher of Textile Today were present as the Keynote speakers while Salim Reza, Executive Director, Divine Group was present as special patron.

Mr. Monowar Hossain Polash, Country Manager, AsuTex
Figure 3: Mr. Monowar Hossain Polash, Country Manager, AsuTex.

“Push your limit,” said Mr. Polash to motivate the students, thus they always can think out of the box. He compared a leader with Hollywood famous hero James Bond.

We earn $1.2 trillion each year, every retailer pushing us for reducing 10% on the product, said Mr. Polash.

He said, “If we produce only knit then only $75B by 2030 may be earned but if we take a decision on fashion and style then $100B or more than can be earned by the same time.” “H&M has a material team for investigating the actual price of raw material for thus we can’t make a big profit margin, also retailers offer us more order, and they increase the quantity of product. Basically, the world is leading by four major company, they are handling the whole world, they are Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple, actually they are working for ensuring human demands,” he added.

He also talked about environment, power, value addition and he said expressing his hope that in 5-6 years technology revolution will occur in Bangladesh.

Tareq Amin delivered his speech on “Vision and value addition” where he addressed the definition of success.

Tareq Amin, CEO, and Publisher of Bangladesh Textile Today
Figure 4: Tareq Amin, Editor, and Publisher of Bangladesh Textile Today.

He said, “Set a vision and goal, take a challenge against your goal thus you can pursue your goal, increase the circumference of your vision area.” “How we can overcome all difficulties for goal,” to explain it he introduced students with all difficulties by talking own experiences and motivations. “See a dream or vision and divide works those works will reach you to the dream, dread should be wide”, he added.

At the end of seminar Md. Aminul Islam Babu, Business Development Manager, Archroma (Bangladesh) Ltd. advised students to gather knowledge and in this regard, he suggested students to read ‘Textile Today’ magazine, which will increase their knowledge.

Md. Aminul Islam Babu, Business Development Manager, Archroma (Bangladesh) Ltd
Figure 4: Md. Aminul Islam Babu, Business Development Manager, Archroma (Bangladesh) Ltd.

He also talked about sustainable development of Bangladesh. “Your small decision can change the environment and country. So be careful to take a decision, take that decision which will be innovative, technical, competitive and more exceptional,” he said.

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