Mobeen Mian, rising entrepreneur, and graduate student, was seen in Downtown Dallas at the Grassy Knoll park, where the protest for Palestine was taking place on May 15th, 2021. Mian was seen with his companions. Law Enforcement took over the streets as the crowd in hundreds continuously chanted affirmations regarding the innocent lives lost in Palestine. Nothing but passion in the voices of the streets. Mobeen Mian is the owner of the #Focuseddd media brand, which is a registered firm that specializes in videography, photography, customized clothing, sports sponsorships, event planning, and social media branding. Specifically more of a news branding company, every project the production company focuses on, involves capturing uplifting and inspirational content in a person’s life that can be used to promote and spread positive messages to others. Through stories, interviews, and numerous media projects, students, entrepreneurs, artists, and even athletes have all been a part of the #Focuseddd journey.
The importance of diversity has impacted the way society is still running on with communication, intercultural communication, and the daily interactions virtually through each other. This is how certain positive and negative messages are communicated amongst each other in the workplace as well. The more diverse the groups and firms tend to follow the initiatives; the more they are doing to keep it sustainable for the long run. As the CEO for the media firm, Mobeen Mian previously discussed in ‘Time Business News’ that the goal is to have diverse plans, connecting with new crowds, cultures, and businesses. And showing support to where is right. As an avid Muslim himself, Mian supports diversity for his brand, and in person, while explaining the trials and tribulations of Muslims within the USA today.
Mobeen Mian, now grad school now completing his Masters in 2021, has led his team #FOCUSEDDD consistently promoting projects and start-ups since 2017. Through different platforms not only as a media production company for profit, but as also a motivational movement, organizing canned food events for the homeless, fundraisers, and clothing giveaways in his own city of Dallas, Texas. Partnering with known organizations such as Metrocrest services, public schools and students who are in low-income areas, and nonprofits, has been the basis of making a difference within the community for the brand. Mobeen Mian explains that the tour will be a consistent yearly move and project for the team and that it only gives them a basis of larger organizational collaborations.