Born in 1990, Sabirul is a young entrepreneur and CEO of his own company ‘The World at Your Feet,’ author and global motivational speaker. He is also the creator of the “Teen-Trepreneur” Board Game and the Success Kit trilogy of books and DVDs.
With a vision to achieve success Sabirul, an East London teenager who grew up witnessing crime and violence within his community, made the jump to setting up his first business at the age of 14. Learning the power of self-belief and inspiration, Sabirul discovered the benefits of risk-taking at a young age and with a huge network and big organisational support, Sabirul took a step forward to learn how to trade at the age of 16.
Using his acquired knowledge and experience as a young entrepreneur and investor, Sabirul had the vision and desire to inspire young people across the nation which led him to writing his first book called “The World At Your Feet” aged just 17.
The launch of his first book presented the opportunity for Sabirul to become a motivational speaker, sharing his message and selling over 42,500 copies of his book in a space of nine months.
Sabirul not only wants to inspire young people, but to educate them about the world of entrepreneurship and taking risks. This led him into launching his own business board game called “Teen-Trepreneur” at the age of 18. and his second book ‘The World at Your Feet: Three strikes to a Successful Entrepreneurial Life.’
Now aged 20, Sabirul’s vision to inspire people has expanded to a global scale, having already reached out to millions of people across the UK, Europe, USA, Nigeria and South Africa, with a world tour planned from October 2010.
Sabirul’s goal is to show young people how entrepreneurship has inspired him and to give them the vision and belief that ordinary individuals who do something unique can become extraordinary individuals.
“Truly incredible from beginning to end! His presentation was pitched perfectly for our students who sat in stunned silence listening intently to his amazing story. We really couldn’t have asked for a more passionate or inspirational speaker". National Enterprise Academy