BAGHDAD, Iraq, Feb. 15, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ziyen Inc. have appointed Mohammed Jaffar Dawood al-Salal as the Head of Iraq Operations, and joins the Board of Directors at the company.
His role in the company is to increase the profile of Ziyen Inc. in Iraq, establish a good working relationship between Ziyen Inc. and the local and national governments in the country and act as the senior authorized representative of the company in Iraq.
Based in Baghdad, Mohammed formerly worked as a diplomat whose experience spans several decades while he held posts in China. In addition, he was involved with the Iraqi Mission to the United Nations.
Mohammed’s career in diplomacy later evolved into a career as a correspondent for British Reuters, the Italian ANSA agency. Before this, he was the editorial secretary for the only English newspaper in Iraq in 1975, The Baghdad Observer, and the secretary of the Iraqi News Agency in 1978.
This led to the launch of the New Economist in 1998, which was the very first economic English and Arabic language newspaper in Iraq and is still currently in publication today with Mohammed as its Editor in Chief.
Ziyen Inc. CEO Alastair Caithness adds:
“We are extremely excited Mohammed has agreed to join Ziyen’s Board of Directors and the knowledge, contacts and experience he brings to Ziyen in relation to operating in Iraq. In spite of the current political and financial problems that are happening in the country, we believe it is important to restore the economic power of the future to Iraq and provide opportunities for the Iraqi people to rebuild their country. Mohammed brings a priceless insight into the current state of the economy, oil and gas industry, Healthcare, Finance and IT industry sectors in Iraq. We are very much looking forward to working with Mohammed.”
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Ziyen Inc., a US business intelligence and software company, was qualified by the SEC under Regulation A+ in October 2016 and is aiming for quick completion of the listing process on the OTC in 2017. In the past only wealthy institutions, venture capitalists and angel investors could provide early stage private investments in the latest start-ups, but this has all changed through the JOBS Act. Through Regulation A+, the barriers everyday citizens have experienced in participating in early stage private investment have now vanished. For more information about the company and investment opportunities visit http://www.ziyen.com and http://www.crowdfundingrega.com
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