About Naveed Uddin Khan Uzair
Naveed Uddin Khan Uzair is an esteemed figure in the realm of technology, serving as the Chief Technology Officer at Crime Today News since 2014. With a rich background in IT spanning over 15 years, he brings a wealth of experience and innovation to the organization. Not only does he excel in his role at Crime Today News, but he also holds prominent positions in other ventures, showcasing his multifaceted expertise.
Since 2010, Naveed has been a Director of Yes Mom Hosting in India, demonstrating his early commitment to the technological landscape. Additionally, he founded and serves as the CEO of eFabby Global LLC, established in 2018 in the United States. These ventures underscore his entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to leveraging technology for various domains.
At Crime Today News, Naveed Uddin Khan Uzair plays a pivotal role in ensuring that the technological infrastructure aligns with the organization’s goals. He oversees the development and maintenance of the website and mobile applications, ensuring they remain cutting-edge and user-friendly. Moreover, he spearheads digital marketing initiatives, leveraging his strategic acumen to expand the organization’s reach and engage a wider audience.
Naveed’s contributions to the field of electronic media have been recognized and celebrated by the Twin Cities Electronic Media Association through prestigious awards. In 2021, he was honored with the Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Memorial Best Service Award, a testament to his dedication and impact on the industry. Prior to this, he received the Moulana Abul Kalam Azad Memorial Best Service Award in 2020 and the Late Gauri Lankesh Memorial Best Service Award in 2019, further solidifying his reputation as a leader in his field.
Driven by a passion for innovation and a commitment to excellence, Naveed Uddin Khan Uzair continues to push boundaries and make significant contributions to the intersection of technology and media. His leadership and expertise are instrumental in shaping the success and impact of Crime Today News in the digital age.