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Saddam Hasan is the Founder & COO at AMZ One Step and the CEO at Kenji ROI. more
Taimur Khan Jhagra is the Former Finance Minister & Health Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan. more
Zeeshan Akram Qureshi is a real estate development expert & the founder & CEO of ZEM Builders. more
Following Muzamil’s podcast has helped with make stronger ties with Pakistan, being an overseas Pakistani I have gotten to know Pakistan pretty well though this podcast. Well done Muzamil and team, keep enlightening us with important discussions.
Thanks for making such an amazing show! more
Get well soon Muzammil bhai.
This is a wonderful podcast if you want to hear interesting conversations about start-ups, economy, social change, the impact of social media etc. There is so much to learn from the diverse backgrounds of people featured here and their respective journey; it really makes you think. If you are a Pakistani resident, a Pakistani living abroad or just generally interested in the region, this podcast is definitely for you.
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