Mohammad Tufael Chowdhury was one of the first British-born Bangladeshis to study at Oxford, where he read Politics, Philosophy and Economics, following which he completed his masters at Cambridge and, later on, executive training at Harvard Business School. Having worked in 80 countries advising Ministers and CEOs, Chowdhury is a senior partner at a global consulting firm in its practice across Asia and Australia. He is recognised as a leading emerging markets technology expert by the BBC, Financial Times, Forbes and CNN.
His memoir, Border Crossings, was published in hardback by Unbound in June 2021.
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