Meet The Entrepreneur Behind The Cover Of The August 2021 Issue Of InLife International: Kamran Karim


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A veteran entrepreneur with 13 years of professional experience under his belt, Kamran Karim specializes in mobile app development, software development, deployment building strategic alliances, branding, product life cycle completion, digital marketing, and internet promotions. He has built a career being a crucial part of brand development and click monetization projects of several Fortune 500 companies.

Karim has founded several companies such as Tech Whizards – a global company that provides innovative digital solutions for businesses. He was also the founder of Yacht Rental DXB – a luxury yacht rental company applying Uber’s digital business model for clients to rent yachts and spend time with their friends and their loved ones. Furthermore, he also founded Binary Geeks – a software house that provides innovative products for the global market.

Kamran has several exciting upcoming projects lined up this year such as a YouTube channel named “She Inspires,” where they will be interviewing women who have gone through struggles and overcame all the obstacles life put them through. He’s also planning to launch another YouTube channel called DefiGeeks which is catered to the Pakistan market where they are planning to post weekly episodes about cryptocurrency and the hype surrounding it. Lastly, he’s also in the process of launching a private jet rental company called Jetify in UAE, where users will be able to follow the Uber business model and rent private jets, similar to their Yacht initiative.

InLife International recently caught up with Kamran to discuss his journey to entrepreneurship and here’s what went down:

What was your key driving force to become an entrepreneur?

Tech is my main passion, but tech made me realize the importance of entrepreneurship. It is through entrepreneurship that I can support the idea of tech being used in every aspect of human development.


How many hours a day do you work on average?

Oh well, I wish there was a 25th hour to the day! Jokes apart, as many hours it takes to complete a set deadline.

Can you describe/outline your typical day?

It looks like this; wake up, grab anything to eat, get to work, open the laptop and dive into work, forget lunch (often), then look up to find it is evening already.


What is your greatest fear, and how do you manage fear?

Losing what I have worked so hard for. I manage my fear by relaying on my family and working even harder.

How do you define success?

Success is subjective to everyone. For me, success is being able to give my family and myself a good comfortable life, and being able to see my vision being accomplished.


Do you believe there is some sort of pattern or formula to becoming a successful entrepreneur?

Nah! Everyone has their own trials in this journey.

What is your favorite aspect of being an entrepreneur?

Being able to manage my own time and being able to take a day off when I want.

If you had the chance to start your career over again, what would you do differently?

Well, maybe come to Dubai a little earlier in my career.

If you had a magic stick, which are the three things you would change in the world?

I’d stop human trafficking, create a safer world for women, and probably stop deforestation.


What would you say are the top three skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur?

Resilience, persistence, and vision.

What key activities would you recommend entrepreneurs to invest their time in?

Self – reflection, self – awareness, and self – management.

What piece of advice would you give to college graduates who want to become entrepreneurs?

Don’t think it is a piece of cake, forge your own path, and don’t lose hope.


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