New Startup to revolutionize Bangladeshi music industry: A conversation with Saddam Azad, CEO of Dugdugi


Saddam Azad

Saddam Azad

Dear readers, we have really good news for you this time- if you are a music lover then we must say things are becoming more fun for you in coming days. A new start-up named Dugdugi has started its operation to revolutionize Bangladeshi music industry. Dugdugi, founded by two Bangladeshi young music lovers, Saddam Azad and Wakil Ahmed Isnadaims to provide the much-needed transformation in the Bangladeshi music industry.

Recently, we spoke to Saddam Azad, Co-founder and CEO of Dugdugi to understand what’s going on inside Dugdugi and many more. Saddam Azad holds a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business from the London School of Business Studies and a BSc in Management from the London School of Economics (LSE). He worked for high-end digital marketing agencies such as New Brand Vision in London, followed by a couple of years as the Creative Director in a trendy West London start-up.

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