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Challenging but we are taking it: SAYS President
Founder and President of South Asian Youth Society (SAYS), Towfique Ahmad Khan finds organizing the Social Business Forum 2013 has been challenging.
The SAYS has become the Youth Partner of the Social Business Forum 2013. The organization also organized the event as the youth Partner of SBF-2012.
The SAYS has conducted the registration of the students and young people of different academic institutes across the country.
“Our dedicated volunteers and organizers have done a great job to make the event fascinating. We have got cordial supports from the clubs from North South University. They are truly supportive”, remarks the SAYS President.
Around 40 organizers from the organization are working for the Social Business Forum 2013.
“Youth are aligning their vision with Social Business which is the most encouraging matter”, opines Towifque Ahmad Khan.