Business Development, Stakeholder Mapping & Engagement Consultant.
PR & Communications, Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Consultant.
Public Policy & Government Relations, Public Affairs Consultant.
Organizations & Associations and Professional Services, Government & Politics, Energy & Utilities, Financial Services, Entertainment, Healthcare, Consumer Packaged Goods.
Leading founder and CEO of Morshed for Business Development It is an alliance that includes a group of independent experts and innovative companies that provide creative solutions in the field of (Public Relations "PR", Government Relations "GR", Mass Media, and Public Policies). With more than seven productive years of experience in the Iraqi market, Privately-held businesses (Family Businesses) International and multinational companies, Key Governmental Agencies, SMEs, and NGOs.
Hold, an Executive Diploma in the U.S Public Policy, from The Institute of International Education, New York – USA. Which focuses on developing social, economic, and foreign policies. Besides, Diploma in Public Policy and Leadership from the "American University of Sharjah" class of 2018.
Morshed is a Private Sector Expert who plays a crucial role in implementing programs and projects in partnership with private-sector public sector and international originations to enable Iraqi youth to respond to the economic growth opportunities by the provision of skills required by the labour market and enhance employability and entrepreneurship communities.
Origins of the PSDS in the Constitution:
Article 25 of Iraq’s Constitution stipulates that “the State shall guarantee the reform of the Iraqi economy by modern economic principles to ensure the full investment of its resources, diversification of its sources, and the encouragement and development of the private sector”.
Basic Definition of the Private Sector
Article 8 of the Law of Companies No 21 (1997) states: “A private sector company is established on the agreement between two or more persons outside the state sector, using private capital.” Article 8 also has a provision that includes private-joint stock or limited liability companies whenever the state holds a share of less than 25% of the capital. Internationally, it is widely accepted that the private sector is the part of the national economy that is not under direct state control and that is run for profit.