Golam Ahmed Khan is a former student leader at the University of Toronto and Founder and CEO of FabriKite Co. - a conglomerate of music, apparel and tech. Operating as FabriKite Creative Group Inc. (FCGi); 1 World Vogue Apparel Canada (1WVAC); and, Agami Dev Labs (AgamiDevL) respectively. FabriKite Inc's mission is to expand into the global market for Canadian creators. Recognizing earlier on that the 3 industries are increasingly aligned has allowed for FabriKite to build capacity in all three sectors.
Committed to social empowerment through social enterprise, Golam is a mentor for youth at the Fashion Exchange, George Brown College; Futurepreneur; and, Youth Employment Services Summer Business Program. Golam serves on the advisory board for the first free government college for women in Shariatpur, Bangladesh, Golam Haider Khan Womens College (GHKMC). He is multilingual, and speaks French.
Recognized for his insight Golam has presented at Startup Fashion Week - Business of Fashion Conference, MSH District – International Business Panel, George Brown College's Fashion Exchange program for at risk youth and Maker Festival at the Design Exchange. Golam was a delegate at Complexcon 2017 in Long Beach, California.
In January of 2018 Golam has been invited to share his story and perspective at the University of Toronto's Next Step Conference where he is one of the 4 panelists on the Entrepreneurship and Innovation - Industry Panel. Golam recently presented at the Detroit Public Library at the invitation of the Business Science and Technology wing on Jul 7, 2018.