Majeed Ekbal Continues Efforts to Aid Nepal Earthquake Victims

The effort to aid Nepal earthquake victims continues with the help of Majeed Ekbal's fundraising.

Chicago, IL, January 07, 2016 --( 2015 saw one of the most devastating earthquakes in history strike the isolated country of Nepal with stunning results. The problems facing the people of Nepal were publicized for a number of weeks following the earthquake, but have since largely fallen out of the public eye leaving the issues facing the people of the country unresolved. Now the Chicago based entrepreneur Majeed Ekbal has continued to publicize the plight of the people of Nepal through a Go Fund Me campaign linked to his already existing CrowdRise campaign designed to aid the people of this mountainous country.

Ekbal feels an urge to aid the people of Nepal after spending a large amount of time in the country following the success of the Espresso business he founded in Chicago. Majeed Ekbal is one of the original developers of the latest in delivery services offering its services since the dawn of the Internet age. Espresso was created to provide a bespoke service to the elite class of Chicago at a low price that made the service attractive to all. The highest price paid from the founding of the company in 1988 has been $10 for buying the groceries and products needed by the customer and delivering them to any property within the Chicago area.

Clay Sculptures by Majeed Ekbal from Majeed Ekbal on Vimeo.
After graduating from American University in Washington D.C., Majeeb Ekbal has used his computer and entrepreneurial skills to develop the Espresso brand throughout the Chicago area. One of the major areas of development for Majeeb Ekbal has been in creating a database of products that can be accessed from across the country to make sure any product desired can be found at the touch of a button. Alongside the use of technology the personal service offered by Espresso under the leadership of Majeeb Ekbal has set the brand apart from its rivals, particularly in the way the products are sourced and later delivered on time to any work of residential property.
Darlene Jones