My last day as a Syntaxer

July 10th, 2008

Today was my last day as an official syntaxer, but being a syntaxer means much more than an employee in a company… it means being a part of a culture which I hope I can create a similar model in my new adventure and my new business.

The reason behind leaving Syntax is my strong urge of me following my dream an passion. So here comes Kharabeesh, a new company which I am trying to setup only to create genuine and original content for the Arab world and region.

I will tell more about Kharabeesh in future posts… but now I am still full of emotions…

I would like to thank everyone in Syntax “especially Ahmad and Salua” for the great journey I have taken with Syntax throughout the last 6 years. I am honored to work with every single one in the company….

I really feel the same way I felt when I graduated from university.

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4 Responses to “My last day as a Syntaxer”

  1. The Observer Says:

    I can understand how you feel. I am sure you had a great time as a syntaxer. Wish you all the best for your coming project. Good luck

  2. Haitham Issam Says:

    Good Luck on your new endeavor man, God bless.

  3. hussein Says:

    we’re honored by you Wael.. all the best and good luck in your new business.

  4. manal y Says:

    no way :(
    but deffenety i wish u the best with yr new company

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