Rosh Khan, MD
Rosh Khan, is the Founder and CEO of SocialRank Media, a digital marketing and growth firm; the Masterclass Institute, a business training institution; and FranklinCovey Guyana, the world leader in leadership and management training.
After completing high school, he dived into the world of medicine. At the age of 23, he completed the United States Medical License Exam and graduated from the American International School of Medicine with a Medical Degree (MD).
He then put his medical career on pause and plunged into the world of entrepreneurship, starting from scratch with ZERO capital from family or friends. Through a series of odd end jobs, he raised enough to start a small social media agency that worked primarily with small mom and pop stores.
9 months later, he had clients like Starbucks, Armani Exchange, and Ford Motor Company. His story was featured on the Rise To The Top, chronicling how he went from making $100 USD per month to $20,000 USD per month in just 9 months. He was also featured on the #1 iTunes Business Podcast, Entrepreneur On Fire with John Lee Dumas.
His company has gained international recognition through the success of global campaigns and international awards. He was featured in the internationally-circulated Inc Magazine and two best-selling books – Launch by Michael Stelzner and Facebook For Dummies by Scott Ayres.
He has also been invited to the White House (Washington DC) and asked to speak on stages around the world, sharing the stage with Daymond John, Founder of FUBU and co-star / investor from the CNBC hit show, Shark Tank, and Chris Farrell, a long-time friend and mentor who was voted the #1 Internet Marketer in the world.
Now at 29, he believes that with enough commitment, anything is possible. He’s known for saying, “Business must be about profits but profits must have a purpose.”
He is committed to doing all he can to ensure more Guyanese are financially empowered. He believes empowerment is incomplete without economic empowerment. He is a proponent for taping into the knowledge economy and using the internet to solve problems. When he’s not busy starting new businesses or training, coaching and consulting, he spends most of his time in community development.
He’s also the Founding President of the Guyana Entrepreneurship Network and a member of the Caribbean2030 Leaders Network.