About Raza Malik:
Raza Malik is one of Business World International’s Co-Founders and currently serves as President & Group Publisher. Tasked with leading the Ad Sales division of the company on a global level, Raza Malik oversees a team of 10-12 sales agents and continuously leads the training and development programs at BWI.
A lifelong entrepreneur, Raza Malik has been instrumental to the growth of several businesses and prior to starting his journey as a business owner, he worked in Sales & Marketing.
Passionate about traveling, Raza Malik has lived abroad in Dubai, UAE as well as Bali, Indonesia. He’s also traveled extensively and one of his greatest goals in life is to travel to over 100 countries and see the way people really live in other parts of the world.
That thirst for travel and exploration fuels his desire for success, and one day, his philanthropic goals as well.
Outside of work (and traveling), Raza Malik comes from a big family and considers himself an animal lover and foodie.
Raza Malik also takes an interest in history and politics, having had the chance to work closely with Economic Development leaders and local government Mayors from around the world.
Over the years, Raza Malik had met thousands of CEO’s/execs from Canada, USA, South Africa, UAE, the Caribbean, Australia and New Zealand. He also had the great pleasure of speaking to hundreds of city mayors and Economic Development Directors across those countries… even got to meet a few.
Raza Malik, with Mayor Allan Thompson of the Town of Caledon, Ontario
Raza Malik, with Peterborough County Warden J. Murray Jones, City of Peterborough Mayor Darryl Bennet, and Peterborough Economic Development
Raza Malik (centre), with City of Oshawa Mayor John Henry (right) and Chief Administration Office Jag Sharma (left)
Raza Malik, with Mayor Randy Hope of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario
Raza Malik, with Mayor Bonnie Crombie of the City of Mississauga, Ontario
Great to meet w/ Raza Malik from Business World International to discuss advantages of doing business in Mississauga pic.twitter.com/NIcZkhOem6
— Bonnie Crombie (@BonnieCrombie) April 29, 2016