Ibrar Ahmed

Managing Director

Mr Ibrar Ahmed, the Director at Theunucloud, a renowned and experienced marketer, turned educationist who has found healing in educating masses. Woven into the fabric of British education. He is a gentleman who is a seasoned entrepreneur, dynamic problem solver, likes people, never belittles, energises environment, instilled with integrity and a winning attitude, enjoys great connections in Middle Eastern countries, Turkey and Pakistan is always willing to look out for opportunities. He tries to live by these attributes to the smallest detail. With a degree in MBA from the UK, he is embedded in British education and leads TUC from the front.

Ifraz Akhtar

Director Marketing

A London based Higher Education expert mainly focus on Marketing. I have vast experience in Education sector focused on Marketing and Business Development, having Master’s Degrees in Business Administration from Anglia Ruskin University, Post Graduate Diploma in Strategic Change Management, Post Graduate Diploma in International Commercial Law, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Law and Steps to Enterprises. Committed to ensuring excellence and quality improvement in Higher Education through modernising practices and concepts, supporting the marketing side and strategies. Worked as Director Marketing and Head of Operation in Study Hub London from 2012-2014, I joined Your Education Solution as Head of Marketing in 2014 and worked till 2017, Managed  an organization in Warsaw Poland as Manging Director of Warsaw School of Business and Finance from November 2015 till December 2016. Currently working as Director of Marketing for Edutrain360, Director of Marketing TheUnicloud London. Managed Warsaw School of Business and Finance as Managing Director in Warsaw Poland.

Ayesha Iqbal

Director Business Development

Ayesha Iqbal has over 15 years of experience in the youth and community development sector. She has experience of working with young people within a secondary education setting as well as doing 8 years of educational support work with fostered children. Ayesha led a 4 year project with the home office where her and her Co director built a women’s support network called ODARA. She now is managing a social housing project aimed at women and their families. She aims to encourage them into independent living and a better and more prosperous future. Education and training is a key element to her work as it enables individuals to build their knowledge and qualifications in a sector they choose. Ayesha from time to time likes to do voluntary projects in the community where she offers support and guidance for those who need it. She also organises full parcels and donations for the needy in the community.