Kobiljonov Islomjon, a recognized entrepreneur, manager, and founder

Kobiljonov Islomjon was awarded by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan for his dedication and contributions to the country. Islomjon has gained a reputation over his career, from his early days in management to becoming a founder and his role in the Akfa Group. He has made significant contributions to the establishment of Akfa Medline, a private medical center recognized worldwide, and Akfa University, the first private university in Uzbekistan. 

How it all started

Kobiljonov Islomjon started his career as an entrepreneur in 2009. From 2010 to 2016, he held various positions in private companies before joining the Akfa group, where he was nominated several times for Best Financier.

By 2017, Kobiljonov Islomjon became the Deputy Director at Akfa Medline Hospital, where he worked as a Project Manager from the day it opened. Islomjon made a significant impact on the establishment of the hospital. He had been heavily involved with its construction and secured a number of professional doctors from India, South Korea, China, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Today, Akfa Medline Hospital is one of the biggest private hospitals in Central Asia.

The growth of Akfa

Following the success of the Akfa Medline Hospital and the initiative of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Akfa group took on a new project. In 2019, they launched Akfa University, the first private education institution in Uzbekistan. Islomjon was appointed as the Financial Project Manager for the establishment of this project. With his experience in the construction of the Akfa Medline Hospital, he used his knowledge to take an active role in the construction of the university and tenders. 

Despite the difficulties at the time due to the pandemic, Islomjon traveled to South Korea, the USA and Germany to build partnerships and relations with foreign universities. With his hard-working attitude and enthusiasm, he reached an agreement with a top Korean university to transfer the curriculum and syllabus to help build out the education of the institution. During his travels, he further attracted professors from South Korea to come to Uzbekistan and teach at the university. 

The present and future projects

Kobiljonov Islomjon made a significant impact on the university today. His work supported the creation of the campus and all the necessary facilities. He was part of the initial team that laid the foundations and set up the institution to take on students for the future success of their education. His efforts and significant contributions to the country earned him the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan award. 

Today, Kobiljonov Islomjon is still heavily involved in education as the First Deputy President of Tashkent Metropolitan. His career so far has made waves in Uzbekistan, and he’s sure to continue with his efforts and dedication to the country’s development. 

written by James Rippon.

Adam Hansen

Adam is a part time journalist, entrepreneur, investor and father.