Profile of Muhammad Ayub
Mhammad Ayub comes from a respectable background rich in culture and social work. He was born in the year 1954 in Narayanganj. He is a post-graduate from Dhaka University. He joined the century old family business of Textile.
His father Alhaj Muhammad Idris and grandfather Alhaj Muhammad Hanif was admired in the locality for their social attachments. Thy established Masjid, Madrasam, Schools and Charitable dispensaries.
President: Bangladesh Indenting Agents’ Association (BIAA)
District Governor: Rotary International District 3281
- Standing Committee on Textile & Textile Goods
- Standing Committee on Industry and Industrial Policy of FBCCI
- Narayanganj Chamber of Commerce & Industry
- Bangladesh Cloth Merchants’ Association
President: Sudhijan Pathaghar (a model public library of the country)
Life Member: SAARC Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Life Member: Ex-Rotaractors’ Forum (ERF)
Life Member: Dhaka University Alumni Association (DUAA)
Senior Vice President: Bangladesh Indenting Agents’ Association (BIAA)
Director: The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FBCCI)
Chairman: Bangladesh Cloth Merchant’s Association
Senior Vice-President: Narayanganj Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Vice President: Narayanganj Club Ltd.
President: Narayanganj Press Club
Besides, he conducted Election of FBCCI as Chairman of the Election Appeal Board several times. He conducted Election of Bangladesh German Chamber and Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturer & Exports Association (BKMEA) as Chairman of the Election Board.
Participation in the Investment & Trade Delegation:
As a member of supreme Industrial Study Team, he visited Thailand, Malaysia & Singapore led by the Secretary of the Ministry of Industries and presented competitive report to the Govt. on Industrial Policy.
As a Member of the Trade and Investment Delegation of the country he also visited several European and North America countries to attract Foreign Investment.
As a Member of the high Power Govt. Delegation led by Hon’ble Minister for Commerce, he visited Republic of Uzbekistan and took part in the ministerial level meeting in Taskent.
Participation in the International Seminars:
Muhammad Ayub is a promoter of privatization and had represented Bangladesh in the ESCAP Seminar on privatization held at Bangkok in 1995. In 1996, he led Bangladeshi Delegation to Asian Productivity Organization Seminar in Tokyo. He played a leading role in organizing Bangladesh Chapter of SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
He attended numerous seminars and symposiums in home and abroad pertaining to investment & trade. He was invited as a speaker in the 10th International Cotton Festival at Taskent, Uzbekistan & Asia Cotton Outlook Summit at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
He contributed in the publication of HISTORY OF NARAYANGANJ and Anthology of hindered years of Bengali Culture.
Muhammad Ayub is married and blessed with two daughters and a son.