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Shoeb Chy to attend C'wealth heads meet
FE Report
11/21/2005
 

          Insoft Systems Ltd President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) M Shoeb Chowdhury is heading for Malta to participate in the meeting of Commonwealth heads of government.
He is one of the few selected participants who are very familiar with many international forums in developing business bureaucracy with the other nations.
While in Malta, Shoeb will participate in the Commonwealth Business Forum and Commonwealth People's Forum. Commonwealth heads of states and government will also attend these conferences.
Shoeb earned member recognition from the UN's ICT task force for its "low cost connectivity and access committee".
He is Bangladesh representative for IHS, a leading organisation for providing information solution and technical standards, members for BASIS, ISPA'B, BCS, FBCCI and AmCham. He is one of the directors of the Special Olympics Bangladesh.

 

 
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