MOHAMMAD ABDULLAH ZABER
We have passed another year, a challenging but a successful one. Success stories are incomplete without the associated stories of struggle. We faced challenges but with the team spirit we overcame them and even put forward new opportunities.
ZABER & ZUBAIR FABRICS should have a proper brand positioning in the global market and help to enhance the brand image of Bangladesh also. Following the blue print of our strategic decision, ZABER and ZUBAIR inaugurated corporate head-office, arranged FIRST EVER MILL-WEEK in the history of the country, where we exhibited products to show the innate abilities of the expertise of the country to convey a signal. Also, we have initiated first ever environmental campaign in the textile sector in Bangladesh in last year named ‘the OXYZENERS’. The MILL-WEEK named, ‘ZnZ Fabric Week AW 18-19’ stirred a positive vibe. Its enviable success has inspired me to declare that this mill week will be a regular, biannual programme. And I pledge that I will not, Leave Any Stone Unturned to elevate the global image of Bangladesh. We are organizing Spring-Summer 19, I would take the opportunity to congratulate the members of ZABER AND ZUBAIR fashion family, who were not daunted by the challenges of Autumn-Winter 18/19 and made it successful. I look forward to their cooperation and confident that they will offer to all work together and share plans and best practices. Next, I am focused on harboring the enthusiasm and passion to do something better for the society and following TBL (triple bottom line) in all my decisions. I believe, sustainability is not an option but a necessity. I will invite any suggestions from any quarter that can contribute towards TBL. In this regard, I have an email address, email@example.com. Which Is followed almost religiously. I am a staunch believer in Bangladesh. The progress of Bangladesh will benefit not only NOMAN GROUP but almost every stakeholder of Bangladesh. Here I will specially recognize the youth of Bangladesh, who happen to be the majority of the population It doesn’t take an expert to realize that the fate of Bangladesh is tied to that of young Bangladeshis. If they collectively excel, Bangladesh’s future, too, will become a case study for the future. The challenges young Bangladeshis face are multiple and multifaceted. In a country where day-to-day commute alone is a gigantic task, they have to be ingenious, quick on their feet, and ready to take on whatever this unpredictable market offers them. With the advent of technology, there is no dearth of opportunities in Bangladesh today. Finally, I am grateful to, the ZABER & ZUBAIR family for rendering unconditional support, my wife for being with me in thick and thin, my buyers to have confidence on us, my suppliers and other business associate to champion the drawbacks and still have a faith in us all other stakeholders who have prayed with us and prayed for us.
MD of NOMAN GROUP.