Cambridge Internet of Things Talks: Moeen Khawaja from Thingful

MOEEN KHAWAJA | March 1, 2016

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Moeen Khawaja is the COO of IoT search engine Thingful. He has two decades of international business development experience, holding strategic and leadership roles with executive responsibility in telecommunication network service operators and technology based service operators. Moeen led from concept to launch of Sprint’s 3G Picture messaging service in 2002-03, under the 3G brand Vision. He has senior level start up experience in operations and business planning for a telematics insurance service provider with game based application development and fleet management services. Moeen was part of the team that led the first round of investment into Pachube.com and remained associated until its exit to LogMeIn Inc.

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