Bangladeshi born Sakib Jamal has been named in Forbes' prestigious 30 Under 30 list for 2024. This annual list by Forbes is a compilation of the most influential and promising individuals under the age of 30, drawn from various sectors such as business, technology, arts, and more. This recognition follows his earlier inclusion in Crain's New York Business 20 under 20 list earlier this year.
Nabanita Nawar, a Bangladeshi researcher and entrepreneur residing in Canada, has recently been featured in the Forbes' '30 Under 30 Local: Toronto' list. We recently caught up with her to learn more about her background, work, and aspirations.
Nabanita Nawar, a Bangladeshi researcher and entrepreneur residing in Canada, has been featured in the Forbes’ ‘30 Under 30 Local: Toronto’ list. This is the popular business magazine’s first-ever list of this kind, and she is the only Bangladeshi to be featured.
The famous business journal Forbes annually lists notable global movers and shakers under the age of thirty. This year, seven Bangladeshis made the list of 'Forbes 30 Under 30' Asia Class of 2023.
Ronaldo, who joined the Saudi soccer club on a deal until 2025 after leaving Manchester United last year, earned $136 million with Forbes saying his annual playing salary went up to an estimated $75 million
French superstar striker Kylian Mbappe will earn a record $128 million in annual earnings to top the list of the world's highest-paid football players, according to a Friday Forbes magazine report.
With promising startups, founded by some of the brightest minds of the generation, Bangladesh has been on a rocket ship to gain its own recognition on international startup platforms. With its state-of-the-art technology and foresight, the Bangladeshi edtech startup has found its place on the “Forbes Asia 100 to watch 2022” list.
Rafayat and Taqi have been included in the Social Impact category.