Fadi Ghandour, Founder of Aramex Jessica Harris speaks to Fadi Ghandour about how he grew Aramex from a scrappy startup to be the first company from the Arab world listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Harris also speaks with Alex Counts, founder of the Grameen Foundation.
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Fadi Ghandour, Founder of Aramex

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Fadi Ghandour, Founder of Aramex

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Jessica Harris speaks to Fadi Ghandour about how he grew Aramex from a scrappy startup to be the first company from the Arab world listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Harris also speaks with Alex Counts, founder of the Grameen Foundation.