A businessperson not only grows his business but can also make opportunities for others with his business. Whether it is small or large, businesses increase economic stability and growth. It provides jobs, valuable services, and products that directly contribute to the economic health of a country or community.
Business is directly related to the economic health and well-being of the people of a country. If a business person establishes a business, it benefits all of his country’s development. In Bangladesh, Anisuzzaman Chowdhury Rony is one of the prominent business owners who established several businesses and made opportunities for the county’s people and took part in the growth of the country’s development.
Mr. Anisuzzaman Chowdhury Rony has taken the United Commercial Bank Limited, built by Mr. Akhtaruzzaman Chowdhury, to another level with his excellent management and visionary thinking. He successfully extended the bank’s growth by opening 206 branches and 580 ATMs / CRMs across the country. This way, many people got the opportunity to have jobs and provide for their families.
Furthermore, it helps to boost the country’s economic development. With Mr. Anisuzzaman Chowdhury Rony’s hard work, United Commercial Bank Limited is now one of the leading private sectors in Bangladesh and the 2nd largest private banking sector in the country, which many know as UCB Bank.
Mr. Anisuzzaman Chowdhury Rony also founded various companies which are placed all over Bangladesh. Each of his companies gives job opportunities to thousands of employees. His company, Navana pharmaceuticals limited, has almost three thousand employees. Also, it gives a chance to a lot of buyers or others for their business.
United Commercial Bank Limited has more than four thousand employees with a revenue of 38.98 B. All of his organizations are established and running successfully, with significant contributions to the country’s economy. Mr. Anisuzzaman Chowdhury Rony is such a successful business leader who is the pride and arrogance of Bangladesh.