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Starting and growing your business as an expat will test you to the limit but the rewards can more than compensate. Become a business hero for your customers, your family and of course yourself. But first you have to navigate your fears and concerns, adopt the right mindset, learn from others mistakes, build a supportive network and have a smart plan. Join Alex Congdon, a UK expat in Switzerland, as he interviews expat business owners, entrepreneurs and experts from around the world as they share their stories and strategies, successes and failures.

Apr 17, 2018

Naseem Quaraishi Larsson Expat Business Hero Podcast

In this interview with Sweden's most innovative digital storyteller, Naseem Quraishi Larsson explains why telling your story on film, flaws and all, can be the key to connecting to your clients and re-creating your personal brand and identity. Especially after you've ditched your corporate career and need a new identity for your business.

Naseem had a career in change management at IBM before redefining herself, with the help of film, as an expert in brand story telling and film making. A daughter of Swedish and Indian parents she moved country several times and that resulted in a rather depleted network at home. But putting her self out there on film help her create a network of partners and clients when she launched her business. 

Naseem is a published author with a nationally distributed book on Leadership in Sweden and is soon to feature her short film, Changes, at the Cannes Film Festival.

She runs free webinar masterclasses and a mentorship program as well as creating bespoke films,  details of which can be found on her various digital channels below:

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