Susie Forbes, CEO of Condé Nast College of Fashion wrote "The Condé Nast has been using Klaspad for our admission system since September- October 2014. We are very happy with the system and importantly our ability to bespoke the admission and finance processes for our specific needs. Ambrish and his team have been very helpful in working with us on every aspect of their already robust system to further tailor it to our specific needs.
This and many more thoughtful compliments about Klaspad sum up the achievements of Ambrish Bansal (CEO of Klaspad PLC). It all started with the development of a student management system for a small private FE college and since then there has been no looking back. Ambrish and his team have worked tirelessly, against many odds and challenges to build a state of art modern education system (Klaspad).
Helal Rahman (Chairman)
Besides being a successful entrepreneur, Helal Rahman introduced and implemented the „IDEA STORE‟ in Tower Hamlets transforming the concept of a library for the new millennium. Currently director of Point Home Ltd and Property First Ltd and holds directorships of companies in the United Kingdom and Bangladesh. Extensive experience in senior management roles in the UK and Bangladesh. Extensive network in the sector. Board member of NRB Bank.
Ambrish Bansal (CEO)
Rich experience of working at top managerial positions in international environment. Mr Ambrish Bansal established ITSPL which created the Klaspad system, which has now been acquired by Klaspad Plc to enable this company to take the software to new levels and undertake the marketing and selling of it. Prides in his ability to work cohesively and decisively with all stakeholders, has good contacts and connects well with people.
Dr Penelope Hood (Non-Executive Director)
Is a highly qualified educationalist with particular expertise working internationally in the development of collaborative partnerships and quality assurance in the tertiary education in developing countries in South East Asia and Africa.
T Glyndwr Powell, BA FICM FIEx (Non-Executive Director)
He worked in a number of major trade consultancy firms, bringing a wealth of experience in risk placement, cash generation and credit management as a sales tool to the organisation. His knowledge of commerce ensures an understanding of corporate financing priorities and how organisations can access the plethora of methods and schemes available in the market place today.
Theo Theodorou (Non-Executive Director)
Qualified with an Executive MBA with professional qualifications MBIM MCIM and MAAT. He has wide experience in the educational field particularly in providing for the needs of overseas students aspiring to University entrance. He has been responsible for establishing the GEC network of overseas recruitment offices and the International Degree Foundation Programme and Pre Masters programmes.
Mohammed Rafique Miah (Non-Executive Director)
A successful entrepreneur with business interests in the UK and Bangladesh, Chairman of Bangla Town Group of Companies and Director of British Bangladeshi Chamber of Commerce.
Cedric Desmond Bell (Non-Executive Director)
Professor Cedric Bell (LLB, LLM, Barrister, PhD) is a well-known freelance international academic entrepreneur, lawyer and experienced conference speaker.
Shafi Uddin Ahmed (Non-Executive Director)
He was for ten years Chief Executive of Holborn College in London, a leading private sector law and business College in the UK, which he built up and then sold on to the US Washington Post Kaplan Group. He holds the Pro Vice-Chancellorship of a large Malaysian University and is a ‘triple law graduate’ of the University of Birmingham.
Mr Shafi started his career as an owner of a retail shop. He is an active worker involved with the local community, council and other organisation to deliver cohesion and create safer neighbourhood. He is also passionate about education and worked in Madani Girls School since the age of 18. He is now in the Board of Trustees and Executive Committee. He also is a governor and owns a local Primary School.