If something needs to be built in Syria – be it a stadium for charity or to help someone less fortunate – many seek out one of the most renowned people in the industry to get the job completed.
Mohamad Makhlouf who was born in Damascus in 1997 wears many hats but he is best known for his efforts to bring change to his country.
With a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the American University in Dubai, Makhlouf holds titles such as the owner and founder of MRM Holding which is launching in 2022, co-founder of Future Builders, co-owner of Milk Man Dairy Products, founder of MRM Charity, and owner of a charity stadium in Latakia where kids can go and play for free whenever they choose.
When MRM Holding kicks off in 2022, look for it to play a vital role in the reconstruction of Syria and its plight to help thousands of Syrian families enjoy better lives. It will also be the biggest construction company ever launched in the industry, as well as the “only company in Syria with this amount of capital invested before launching,” according to Makhlouf.
Makhlouf chose to pursue his interest in this field he said because “The fact is I was born into a family that was well developed in business and has several major companies. My business was based on market needs and what best suits the growth and development of the country.” He added that helping people was always a priority in his life and it was the motivation that kept him in need to grow the business.
“Knowing that you can change a person’s life with a little help is rejuvenating and gives you a different perspective about money. It puts meaning to getting money because it gives you the opportunity of helping people,” said Makhlouf, who was awarded Syria’s “Most charitable Individual in 2018” and the Al-Amal Award 2017.
Makhoulf has stepped in more than once to help someone in need when catastrophe kicked in. After a fire broke out in Rotana, Afamia, in the Latakia province of Syria, he said he saved a 2-month-old baby from certain death due to smoke inhalation by sending his personal ambulance to save the baby.
The doctors confirmed that the baby would not have made it to the hospital and needed immediate care, which was provided by him, according to Makhlouf. He also had five more ambulances from his charity hospital transported to help the rest of the people involved in the fire.
But not all work, Makhlouf does take for a bit of fun-time between rescuing the sick and building charity hospitals and stadiums. He is an avid car collector who enjoys playing golf and collecting plate numbers which makes him the owner of the plate no. “2” and “7.”
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