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High Impact CommunicationsTraining for Shifa International
A training program on High Impact Communication and Presentation Skills in October 2016 for 21 managers and executives of Shifa International at Marriott Islamabad.
Training in MultanTraining in Multan
MDi Pakistan training of more than 100 participants from various youth associations from Multan, Rajanpur and Muzaffargarh. The training topics were Organizational Development and Institutional Integration
Taha AbbasTaha Abbas
Do you know the person behind the famous eatery ‘Dilli Darwaza’ in Islamabad? That’s the new venture of our recent graduate Muhammad Taha Abbas. Taha graduated with the USQ Bachelor of Business Administration award in February 2016… Read more
fiza akhtarFiza Akhtar, Bank Alfalah
Fiza Akhtar works with Bank Alfalah as Area Change Manager- North. She graduated with an MBA General from the University of Southern Queensland MBA program at MDi Pakistan in fall 2014… Read more
Zeeshan ShahidZeeshan Shahid, UFone
Zeeshan Shahid is Regional Manager Administration at Ufone PTML. He has recently completed his MBA Global Business Management awarded by University of Southern Queensland – USQ Australia) at MDi Pakistan… Read more
serryMohamed El Serry – MBA International Business
Mohamed El Serry is working as Head of Supply Chain, Mobilink Pakistan. He completed his USQ Australia MBA International Business in June 2013. He says “the program has broadened my ability to manage with concrete and measurable benefits“… Read more
Umair KhanUmair Khan – BBA Graduate
Umair Khan is working as a Trainee Communication and Coordination in Pakistan Coalition for Education – PCE. He completed his USQ Australia BBA at MDi Pakistan in February, 2015… Read more
Asad ZaidiArticles and Insights from the Management Weblog
The CEO of MDi Pakistan, Asad Zaidi, is also a trainer and consultant who has worked with organizations as diverse as UNICEF in the development sector to Ericsson in the corporate sector. He writes a blog called Articles and Insights for Busy Managers. You can visit the blog at