Motor Hub 

I earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from the University of London, followed by a master’s degree in accounting and finance from Oxford Brooks.  For four years, I worked in the tourism sector as a manager and as the director of marketing for a well-known international company. I was pretty much confused and depressed when calamity struck in Covid and we lost our jobs, but the notion of Motorhub provided me with a glimpse of hope. With thunder and hope in my heart, I swiftly began my research and set up my company. My business began to blossom after people saw my worth and talent, and by the grace of Almighty, I began to earn fame. The word “gear head” is tossed around a lot these days, but there are a lot of misconceptions about it, and a lot of people use it incorrectly. The simple quality that all “gearheads” share is that they judge any car that is placed in front of them.

From the beginning, I’ve been a gearhead. From 2010 until 2013, while I was short on income for my university tuition, I even launched my own Facebook page called car accessories. Aside from that, I’ve competed in and won a number of car shows and drag events, including the Faisalabad drag race, the Walton drag race (Jeeperz) for three years in a row, and the Peshawar drag race. I’ve also been an active member of Pakwheels since 2008, taking part in their different auto shows and activities as well as scoring positions. We are set to open a third Motorhub branch, bringing the total number of branches to three. Two branches are successfully running in H13 and DHA 2, and a third branch will be announced and launched soon. All we need is the help and support of our loyal customers and Pakistanis. I’ve always been and will continue to be a staunch patriot. InshaAllah, we shall have a significant impact on Pakistani car culture shortly.