STARTUP GRIND
HOSTS
MIRWAIS ARYA
(FOUNDER,MAZADAR BURGER)

KABUL – UNIVERSITY – 14, NOVEMBER 2017 / 01:30 PM

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MIRWAIS ARYA, FOUNDER
MAZADAR BURGER

Mirwais Aryta is the founder of Mazadar Burger a fast-growing fast food restaurant chain in Kabul- Afghanistan. Mr. Arya has a bachelor in International Relations and apart for his lovely Burger Mazadar, he is also a well-known media personality, his endeavors in the sector include manager, producer, and presenter at leading TV stations like Tolo, One, Khurshid and Radio stations like Ghaznawian and Omid-e-Jawan in Afghanistan. The popular TV show Kabul-e-Man (My Kabul) which profiled the lives of ordinary people in Kabul is brainchild of Mr. Arya.

Mr. Arya co-founded the nation’s first youth radio station, Omid-e-Jawan, in 2006, where he served as Editor in Chief. In 2007 he also co-founded the Addison Group Afghanistan Company which was focusing on establishing Radio Stations in Southern provinces of Afghanistan.

Mr. Arya’s ambition toward self-reliance and creating jobs for a large number of youth, made him to fully concentrate on starting his own business and operate in a totally diversified sector than what he has been pursuing before Mazadar Burger.

Mr. Arya is a living example of persistence, resilience and a role model of coping with challenges. If you are really passionate to know how a small startup struggle and cope with day to day survival challenges, do not miss the opportunity of hearing Mr. Arya at next Startup Grind Event.

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WAHAB QATAE

Wahab Qatae is the first life coach in Afghanistan. He is also an entrepreneur, public speaker, public figure, and author. He is the founder of Afghanistan Life and Business Coaching Academy (ALBCA), and Afghanistan TOEFL Center. He is a certified coach of International Coaching Federation (ICF) and he is trained on the subjects of peace of mind, personal growth, relationships wellness, success psychology, and business coaching by international popular life and business coaches and experts namely Tony Robbins, John Assaraf, Nicole, and Brian Tracy.

In the last two years, he has worked with more than 2000 Afghans through his seminars to improve the quality of their lives.

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