Director of Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited Tahmina Afrose Tanna has received the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Bangladesh Young Entrepreneurs Awards-2021.
Ms Tanna was conferred with the prestigious award for her invaluable contribution towards Bangladesh and the global community, says a press release received on Monday.
JCI is a global organisation of young active citizens aged 18-40 who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities. It has members in about 124 countries, according to the release.
Every year, JCI Bangladesh honours young entrepreneurs, business persons of different sectors. This year, Walton director Tahmina Afrose Tanna is among others conferred with the awards.
The award was handed over to Ms Tanna at a function held at hotel Le Méridien Dhaka on Saturday.
Dr Md Enamur Rahman, the state minister for Disaster Management and Relief, virtually joined the function as chief guest. Member of the parliament Sagufta Yasmin Emily was present as guest of honour while National Commissioner of Bangladesh Scouts Safina Rahman and National President of JCI Bangladesh Niaz Morshed Elite were special guests.
Thanking JCI, Tahmina Afrose Tanna said the award would inspire her to work more for the people and the nation. Tahmina also informed that she is going to bring two new ventures within next year.