Category Archives: podcast

Episode #66: Salim Naran

Salim Naran and I have been friends for over 3 decades. After years of building technology solutions for companies in various industries, Salim Naran is now the co-founder and CTO of Canadian fintech startup, Borrowell.

Recorded live at Girth Radio.

Music by Afraaz Mulji.

Listen below:

Girth Radio
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You can also subscribe to the podcast via RSS Feed if you’re so inclined.

Episode #65: Sulemaan Ahmed

Sulemaan Ahmed is one of the parents behind the #NoFLyListKids initiative and the Principal of Servo Annex, which provides hands-on coaching to senior executives on how to use all digital platforms, social media and mobile tools.

Recorded live at Girth Radio.

Music by Afraaz Mulji.

Listen below:

Girth Radio
MixCloud 
iTunes
Google Play Music
Stitcher 
TuneIn
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You can also subscribe to the podcast via RSS Feed if you’re so inclined.

Episode #64: Mathew Ingram

Mathew Ingram is a senior writer at Fortune magazine, where he writes about media and the social web. Today we chat about the evolution of media especially with Trump as America’s president.

Recorded live at Girth Radio.

Music by Afraaz Mulji.

Listen below:

Girth Radio
MixCloud 
iTunes
Google Play Music
Stitcher 
TuneIn
Pocket Casts
You can also subscribe to the podcast via RSS Feed if you’re so inclined.

Episode #62: W. Brett Wilson

Today my guest is a former Dragon on CBC’s popular Dragon’s Den, head of Prairie Merchant Corporation and part owner of the NHL’s Nashville Predators, W. Brett Wilson.

Recorded live at Girth Radio.

Music by Afraaz Mulji.

Listen below:

Girth Radio
MixCloud 
iTunes
Google Play Music
Stitcher 
TuneIn
Pocket Casts
You can also subscribe to the podcast via RSS Feed if you’re so inclined.

(RePodcast) Episode #20: Romana Kassam

The following is a podcast rebroadcast. Or a repodcast!

In the 20th episode of Welcome!, I spoke with entrepreneur Romana Kassam about life travelling Europe and Africa, climbing Kilimanjaro, dealing with East Indian parents and their expectations of their daughter, working corporate life and her decision to stop participating in the rat race to start her own business.