We are familiar with Snapchat, a mobile application that lets you send self-destructive photos and videos to your friends because of its popularity and controversies associated with it. Some of us may also know about the young innovative guy named Evan Spiegel that conceptualized Snapchat’s idea and is the CEO of the $10 billion company.
Guess where Evan Spiegel is today? Hanging out in Islamabad, Pakistan!
New friends at the Islamabad Zoo! pic.twitter.com/HbivsQ86ts
— Evan Spiegel (@evanspiegel) December 3, 2014
According to an e-mail by the administration of National University of Science and Technology (NUST) to its students, Evan Spiegel will be addressing the students tomorrow between 10 and 11 AM. He is accompanied by Augie Fabela, the co-founder of VimpelCom Group, the sixth largest telecom service provider in the world.
Are they visiting just for the sake of a seminar? I don’t really think so.
Let’s see who or what attracted them both here, a tech startup maybe?
Passionately a software developer, Basit Saeed considers himself a person who believes in software and social media being the change agents of 21st century. He is a techy, a gadgets freak, and loves playing with code whenever he can. He tweets at @basit_saeed.