The guru of Services Drafts askazhar Tech Sector Leader, Developer, Speaker and Best Selling Author With over 30 years of experience in a global technology sector, Khan uses his experience to mentor and personally develop founders in startups. He has diligently positioned himself as a much sought after tech-sector business Mentor & Digital Marketing Fixer.Khan co-founded Sabistar Pty Ltd in 2003 working primarily in Publishing, Exhibitions, and Advertising with top fortune 500 companies and startups. He handles communications and resources with precision and laser-like focus to achieve results and performance. Creating actionable processes and developing agile strategies for scaling exponentially.Khan’s books have topped Amazon's bestseller list in, Direct Marketing, Marketing, Small Business and Entrepreneurship. The first release of “In it to Win It” which he co-wrote with Tom Hopkins was published in 2012 followed by the “The Ultimate Guide to Success” co-written with Brian Tracy in 2013. A career experience mentoring, training and recruiting with global technology giant Apple gave him valuable inside access to one of the worlds greatest tech company. Which makes him a valuable startup founder who is regularly recruited to scale early-stage startups. He now works with leaders across the globe in the USA, Singapore, Africa, Australia, the UK, and Dubai. Khan received an MBA Corporate from Bond University in 2014 and is a Certified Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Neurological Re-patterning. He also is a certified Master in Social Media and brings a wealth of practical knowledge to his technology coaching work. In 2017 he produced the Technology MBA, an accelerator program designed to help early-stage SaaS startup founders develop the business framework for exponential scaling. Born and raised in Africa, Khan now resides in Australia. When not working, he likes to go to the gym and work out or use his creative skills to develop digital art. His first collection appeared in the National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe in 2001. Work Terms Open to new opportunities for mentoring, coaching and leading teams in the tech sector.