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“To me the vital function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers,” Dubai Infinity Holdings CEO Samira Abdulrazzak was quoted in an interview with Khaleej Times’ Weekend magazine.
Of course this was at a time when the 20-something was at the top of her game, with the Isla Moda initiative with Karl Lagerfeld and a venture deal with Yash Raj Films—both of which are now indefinitely on hold.
Dubai Infinity Holdings (DIH) is a private investment company owned by prominent local investors, which was launched in 2007.
After graduating from Shaikh Zayed University in Business Science in 2002, Abdulrazzak worked for the HSBC Bank, Middle East, for four years, where she held senior managerial positions in different departments, including marketing, HR, corporate banking, trade and finance. She then joined mortgage provider Tamweel as Head, Business Development before heading up Dubai Infinity Holdings.
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