Mr. Azhar Hussain
Achiever's Success Story
From Banking to Founder of Digital Jockey
Azhar Hussain started his professional journey in the bustling city of Dubai, working in the banking sector for four years. In 2017, he took a bold leap into freelancing, focusing on cold-calling services for businesses targeting the USA and Canadian markets. This marked the genesis of Digital Jockey, a company Azhar founded to cater to the burgeoning needs of start-ups and businesses struggling to make a mark in their respective industries.
With a steadfast commitment to client success, Azhar with his expert team initiated the journey of Digital Jockey, providing end-to-end services including marketing and sales strategies, along with proficient management of cold calling operations. The company, with a keen eye on market dynamics, constantly re-equipped itself with the latest industry trends.
Digital Jockey’s remarkable achievements include dialing over 4 lakh calls, delivering 500,000+ average monthly impressions, and orchestrating 8000+ successful half-yearly meetings. Azhar’s strength lies in lead generation, marketing technology, and content marketing. His dedication to client satisfaction is evident in the numerous services provided, such as inbound lead follow-up, lead research, data cleansing, and sales technology.
One of Azhar’s proudest moments was receiving a testimonial from a client commending the unmatched quality of services provided, despite Azhar’s humble beginnings in the town of Jamshedpur.
In 2023, Digital Jockey expanded its services with the launch of gOutbound, a testament to the tireless dedication of Azhar and his exceptional team. Looking ahead, Azhar envisions adding more technology-driven services and expanding globally, aiming to establish a strong brand presence in the Indian market and extend operations to the UK, USA, and the Middle East.
As we celebrate the Indian Achievers Award 2023, Azhar concludes by highlighting the importance of self-belief and resilience, a mantra that has guided him through the challenges of building Digital Jockey from the ground up.