Abdul's business will provide support and training to help communities become 'digital cities' who have technical knowledge and who can use the internet to communicate more effectively together. His company will also provide helpline digital technology support and social media sessions in local venues to help people get to grips with mediums such as Facebook and Twitter.
Adam Bradford Enterprise and Investments Group, a multi-national group of companies which supports young entrepreneurs, offered Abdul intensive support after being impressed by his business acumen. A representative for the company said: 'We have provided Abdul a website, marketing support, mentoring and routes into finance opportunities because his ethical stance and amazing pitching ability really captured our attention. We are pleased to support innovative and inspirational young people such as Abdul who are a real credit to the youth of today.'
Abdul's new business and updates about his progress can be found through his twitter feed at @Abdul1Blogger.