Building a company isn’t easy, and doing it all alone is very tough and at times impossible.

In this episode of Bald and Blunt, I tackle the usual “do it all alone” mindset, along with finding the right co-founder or team mates, and share how to get the right people on board, keep them on board and how to get rid of the ones that don’t match your vision or understand your mantra

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Faizan Laghari

I've been an entrepreneur for 15 years and counting, and have done tech-based startups, along with a on-demand, last-mile logistics service called Forrun which raised VC funding and after 2 years fully exited the same.

I started Pakistan's 1st co-working space back in 2008 and since then have operated The HQ (fb.com/thehqpk) along with operating my ticketing and event discovery startup Happening PK (happening.pk)

I also serve as the Chief Disruption Officer for the country's largest Logistics and courier service provider TCS since the past year, and pulling in all my entrepreneurial experience into my 1st ever "job" while staying true to my entrepreneurial journey

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Faizan Laghari

I've been an entrepreneur for 15 years and counting, and have done tech-based startups, along with a on-demand, last-mile logistics service called Forrun which raised VC funding and after 2 years fully exited the same.

I started Pakistan's 1st co-working space back in 2008 and since then have operated The HQ (fb.com/thehqpk) along with operating my ticketing and event discovery startup Happening PK (happening.pk)

I also serve as the Chief Disruption Officer for the country's largest Logistics and courier service provider TCS since the past year, and pulling in all my entrepreneurial experience into my 1st ever "job" while staying true to my entrepreneurial journey