Nasir Khan (Chairman) - An Inspiring Business Tycoon and Founder of Indigo Alliance Group of Companies

Nasir Khan, educated in UK and India comes from a distinguished family of acknowledged businessmen. His father Late Fazle Huq Khan was the first person to start a paper board mill in Bangladesh. Following a sustained period of growth the Helm of the Affairs of the Business was passed on to Nasir Khan who took the challenge to meet the needs of the Nascent Textile sector of pre Bangladesh days (1969) to set the first warp knitting fully integrated Plant in BSCIC Industrialist Estate in Bangladesh. Magnificent Tongi Bridge in Gazipur Industrial Estate is built by Nasir Khan’s father. Mr Khan began his educational journey at boarding school St Edmonds College in Shillong. From India he travelled across the seas to lap up an ocean of knowledge in UK at Dover College.

Armed with a degree in Business Administration, he returned to the family seat in Bangladesh, to take over the family business of paper and pulp board. Expanding into very different markets such as soft food manufacturing, the juice industry and sari screen printing, he began his forays into jute trading whilst still under the administration of East Pakistan in 1966. Showing that he is a risk taker, Nasir Khan took the bold and unprecedented step of becoming a member of the Stock Exchange the same year.

Laying the foundation of one of the most successful business ventures of the country, setting up the second largest denim project in Bangaldesh

Expanding a family business is no mean feat but Nasir Khan’s fortitude has stood him in good stead. Building a principled relationship with clients, Mr Khan has shown himself to be a steadfast employer, retaining 600 staff for more than 30 years. Providing employment for the nation has proven to be a firm resolution of his company.Travelling diligently to Fashion Exhibitions, as well as to machinary centres in France, USA, UK & Ireland he is constantly on the look out for future technology and trends.

On the personal side, a substantial number of golf trophies in his closet are evidence of the club-swinging skills enhanced at the Kurmitola Golf Club since 1977. Dedication to an active sport for a long period of time, shows both discipline and tenacity. Investing back into the community has been one of his firm beliefs and starting cricket team Ramblers in 1987, showed how much time and effort he was willing to put into it. (The group plays regularly at British American Tobacco ground in Bangladesh as well as venturing into India, Malaysia and Singapore). Not one to rest on his laurels, Mr Khan also enjoys squash and rugby and members of notable clubs and organizations worldwide.

Chronological order of companies –

Paper & Pulp (1965)
Jute Trading with East Pakistan (1966)
Stock Exchange Member (1966)
Fashion & Fabrics – Milipor filters for Automobiles, Washing Plant (1976)
Syntex - (Gazipur, 1993)
Bengal Indigo & Bengal Jeans (Abdullahpur, 1995)