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Albert Salim

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Albert Salim founder of albertsalim.com

Albert Salim is the Founder of albertsalim.com.[1]

He is a Branding Strategist and his portfolio revolves around design, visual arts, and aesthetics. albertsalim.com is a semi-educational website that focuses on bringing the best solution to small and big brands, tailored to their needs and help them to scale their brand through Design Thinking and Marketing Strategy.

Most of the site's credibility comes from the portfolio and the clients we work with.

As an example, Homejobs.ph is a brand designed by Albert Salim and has been published in CNN[2]. Another example is the development of MS56 Brand by the famous cricketer Mitchell Starc[3] is also a part of Albert Salim's portfolio.

Working with Big Brands such as KPMG, ORIX Australia, and some of the biggest and well-known individuals in Australia, Albert's experience and knowledge are increasingly growing especially in the art of communication in business and also Design Thinking at the highest level.

Albert Salim is also an influencer on Instagram, also known as @albert.s, Instagram is where he publishes his daily thoughts to add some positivity and courage to inspire the community. Most of his social accounts such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter is committed to bringing values to people who are in need of inspiration and provides meaningful contents.

Albert Salim's Creative Agency is based in Sydney, he is a local public figure and has drawn the attention of local news[4] community around Sydney.

Today, Albert Salim has been a source of inspiration for his thousands of followers on his Instagram.


References[edit | edit source]

  1. Salim, Albert. "Albert Salim's Website". Albert Salim. Albert Salim. Retrieved 19 January 2019.
  2. Homejobs. "Homejobs on CNN". Facebook. Retrieved 19 January 2019.
  3. Starc, Mitchell. "Mitchell Starc Website". Mitch Starc 56. Whitehat Agency. Retrieved 19 January 2019.
  4. "Albert Salim on Indomedia". Indomedia. Retrieved 19 January 2019.


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