As the first marketing director of Just Eat UK which IPO’d for £1.5 billion, he was included in the Top 250 Growth Hackers, as well as Top 100 Asian Tech Stars in the UK.
With over 20 years of hands-on experience creating and growing startups, he has consulted, advised, and invested in hundreds of startups at various funding stages.
Ash is a highly sought-after international speaker and expert on digital disruption and tech transformation, and has spoken at numerous global organisations and conferences including Salesforce, Ernst & Young and TEDx. His new book The Unfair Advantage – Boost Your Chances of Tech Startup Success (co-authored with Hasan Kubba) is coming soon.
– CYRUS HESSABI (Salesforce)
– FREDDIE MONK (Ernst & Young)
– PROF MARTIN KUPP (ESCP Europe Business School)
With his own digital marketing agency background and startup investment experience, Hasan is particularly strong at breaking down complex business concepts into simple and effective strategies and tactics.
He is passionate about the future of tech entrepreneurship and digital disruption globally, and is an in-demand startup mentor to young entrepreneurs, corporate workshop trainer, and international speaker.
His new book The Unfair Advantage – Boost Your Chances of Startup Success with startup legend and angel investor Ash Ali (the first marketing director of Just Eat which IPO’d at £1.5 billion) is out soon.
– HOVHANNES YERITSYAN (Seaside Startup Summit)
– ASHIN AI (Smado — IoT Startup Co-Founder)
– SAIF ALJAIBEJI (Ras Al Khaimah Incubator & Accelerator)
The Unfair Advantage Philosophy
An Unfair Advantage is is a condition or circumstance that puts you, or your startup, in a favourable business position.
To increase your chances of success in your startup, business or career, you have to identify and leverage your personal Unfair Advantages
We ALL have Unfair Advantages
Unfair Advantages =/= Strengths
Unfair Advantages can’t be copied or bought