Majid Kazmi is a social entrepreneur, investor, and board member based in Toronto, Canada. He is the co-founder and CEO of Valu Ventures Inc., a unique social enterprise that supports startup businesses run by immigrant entrepreneurs.
Born and raised in Karachi Pakistan, Kazmi is regarded as a self-made success story. He started his career at J.P. Morgan and has been a career banker for the past one and a half decade. He serves on the boards of Toronto Workforce Innovation Group and H2O4ALL. He is also advisor to many organizations and think tanks in Canada.
Over the past many years, he has delivered hundreds of talks to audiences big and small, from top universities to billion-dollar blue-chip corporations. He writes for The Huffington Post and many other notable publications. His articles cover a wide range of topics from business and innovation to personal growth and career success.
As an immigrant success story, Kazmi has been featured on many media outlets in Canada and outside, including Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) television and radio. In Canada, he is regarded as a leading authority on diversity and inclusion, and immigrant entrepreneurship. Majid holds an MBA from IBA Karachi and is a member of the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council.
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