Is corruption simply a cost of doing business in some countries? In today’s episode of Failure Files, social entrepreneur Ghazanfar Iqbal tells us about a time when he had to choose between doing what is easy and doing what is right, and how this decision turned his life upside down.
Ghazanfar Iqbal co-founded AutoSahulat, a VC-funded start-up working towards empowering mechanics in Pakistan. He also has more than a decade of experience in the corporate sector. He is currently working as the country head of corporate sales at Careem and is also a founder of the digital media enterprise GuzPro. Ghazanfar is an Acumen Fellow and a mentor at the National Incubation Centre, Islamabad.
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