Randi Zuckerberg, CEO of Zuckerberg Media and sister of social media giant Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg, described Pakistan as one of the friendliest countries during her address at AdAsia 2019 in Lahore. A video of Zuckerberg singing during the AdAsia 2019 has also gone viral on internet.
She referred to names like Malala Yousafzai and Benazir Bhutto to commend how Pakistan has created such ladies of stature. She said that it implies that Pakistan is a nation that truly respects its ladies. Moreover, she said that she was shocked to realize that Pakistan is one of the favored providers of value soccer balls all around.
Zuckerberg also revealed she was a cricket fan and surprised to find out that Pakistan produced so many soccer balls.
Talking about Facebook, the 37-year-old said: “When we started, we were a 12-member team. Today, Facebook has 102 offices with thousands of employees. As the chief marketing officer of Facebook, my budget was nothing. You have to work on a passion project, exploring it day and night.”
Zuckerberg said it was not necessary that every new idea would be accepted. “It could be a flop as well. None of us would change the world if we constantly remain glued to our phones,” she added.
She concluded, “None of us would change the world if we constantly remain glued to our phones.”
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