"My boss is annoyingly awesome. He has a coffee mug which says ‘World’s best boss’. Generally, I don’t usually agree with things but, I don’t disagree with the mug. The people are fun and crazy individuals. When together, a crazy dysfunctional family and we call them NamZers. I am a NamZer."
"One Saturday afternoon towards the end of 2011, our newly met friend invited my family for lunch. The authentic Austrian lunch was delicious, but conversation after lunch kept us going the whole afternoon. Chris shared his stories in UK, Russia, India, China, Singapore, and how he started Symega in India and took it to a USD 15 million turnover company within 5 years. It was truly an eye-opener for me."
"My very first interaction with NamZ was when I was searching for an internship opportunity to fulfil my course requirement. With limited knowledge available, the interview I had with Amelia and Kamrun played an important part in my decision to join NamZ as an intern. Their sharing on the work NamZ does remind me of the aspiration my religious teacher hope to achieve; a sustainable future, a world away from death by famine, chemical intoxication and war for resources."
"How did I join NamZ? I was given 30mins to decide if I wanted to have an interview with NamZ, for my internship. I couldn’t get much information on NamZ, except where they were located. I decided to send my resume in, since the internship training plan looked interesting."