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HashMove is transforming the logistics industry through its smart, multimodal, end-to-end digital platform where shippers and logistics providers can connect and transact seamlessly.
Our digital platform powers our smart logistics marketplace, provides digital portals for logistic providers and provider networks, and offers enterprise closed loop and cold chain logistics solutions.
HashMove was conceived by a group of visionaries across different continents. Equipped with over two decades of experience in Technology and Development of Core IT infrastructure, predominantly for Customs, Aviation & Logistics operations in the world, we understand the complexity and operational challenges around logistics.
Sarfaraz is the Co-Founder & CEO of HashMove. He is also the Chairman of TEXPO, a renowned IT company based in Dubai. His leadership along with the collaborative efforts of the other Co-Founders turned HashMove from a vision to an inevitable reality.
Noman is a Silicon Valley technologist with over 20 years of experience. Formerly at IBM for over 10 years, and served as their Executive and Chief Architect, working with Business/IT executives in the industry. Noman is currently the CTO of HashMove.
Abdur Rehman is an alumnus of Carnegie Mellon University with over 12 years of software engineering experience. He oversees the various engineering teams who are engaged in continuously developing and enhancing the platform of HashMove.
Matt Johnson is a globally recognized expert in the field of Pricing Strategy, having worked with over 200 companies in more than 30 countries worldwide. He was SVP Product Marketing at SideStep.com (Kayak), one of the leading travel marketplaces.
Dr. Kamran Iqbal has more than 15 years of experience in the health sector in South Asia. His current role in the World Bank in setting up public private partnerships dialogue platform for long-term strategic framework for public-private partnerships in healthcare for the government. His curated public-private partnership dialogue platform enables long term resilient partnerships comprising of top decision-makers from the private sector and the government including ministers and secretaries of health.
Kamran is also helping International Financial Corporation (IFC) explore the healthcare market landscape for potential, large growth-level investment opportunities, bridging the leading healthcare companies to access rocket fuel they need to land on their visionary mission.
One of his main area of expertise is to provide strategic advice to governments on how to streamline the global supply chain in the health sector. His public speeches are all about improving public health systems. Kamran is a member of the team of Editors of Harvard Public Health Review, where he is a part of the team to make HPHR recognized as a premier publication that transcends the traditional boundaries of academia to enrich discourse around issues of public health
Anne-Sophie is a prominent Digital Executive in Europe, bringing exciting changes to the Travel Industry. Anne-Sophie was the Head of Product and Innovation at Booking.com, the Worlds Largest Hotel Marketplace, and is transforming the user experience.
Sami Boustany is one of the most prominent and influential personalities in the region when it comes to satellite innovation, products and solutions. He currently serves as the CEO of Yahlive, working closely with customers and partners to achieve the strategic and growth objectives.
Syed Khurram Shahid has 17+ years of diversified experience in the financial sector. He has worked on both debt and equity deals and has transaction credentials of over USD 3,000mn. His work domain has predominantly been equity advisory with a transaction spectrum ranging from capital market transactions to private equity play. He has a thorough understanding of the business environment and macro-economic conditions and possesses an embedded view on divergent businesses - at varying stages of their life cycle.
He is currently heading Investment Banking at a leading brokerage house in Pakistan. Prior to his current role, he has also been associated with Acumen Fund, PWC, KPMG and Grant Thornton.