Eyoub Khan completed his early schooling with emphasis in the Sciences and went on to study Mathematics and Literature at Delhi University graduating in 1967. An early interest in Transportation Design led to a General Motors scholarship to attend the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Eyoub graduated in 1972 with Honors in Industrial Design, specializing in Transportation Systems. He went on to complete his MBA from West Coast University in 1979.
The years following his graduation prepared him to explore the possibilities of his creative thinking in the fields of architecture and interior design. Eyoub worked for architects and industrial designers in Southern California and established a network of clients that included the Walt Disney Company, CalTrans, and McDonnell Douglas Aerospace. This network finally motivated Eyoub to start Conceptual Design Group in 1983. CDG has received three PCBC “Gold Nugget” awards for Excellence in Design.
Imagination, Education and Experience have synthesized to form a powerful team of professionals that are capable of undertaking the most challenging projects of the 21st Century. Eyoub Khan became a citizen of the United States in 1985 and now resides in Southern California. He has published several papers on the future of transportation systems, human factors in space flight and the positive role of entertainment as an educational medium for future generations. Professional affiliations include a membership in the Industrial Designers Society of America and the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.