Mohamed Abdulaziz of social commerce platform Brimore on enabling authentic connections

In this episode, we are talking to Mohamed Abdulaziz, a go-to-market veteran from Egypt. While working for a P&G distributor and other multinationals he learned and developed the fundamental models and tactics that he would later need. He widened his exposure through multi-consultation assignments for several industries. Finally, he consolidated the journey by founding and leading Brimore.

Brimore is a social commerce and parallel distribution platform allowing local suppliers have nationwide coverage through a network of individual distributors (mostly housewives) selling their products in their circles using all possible channels.

Founder Series Ep2 – Mohamed Abdulaziz, of Brimore

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