Nasser is the CEO of Microlink PC (UK) Ltd founded in November 1992. The companies’ core mission is to provide disability solutions and assistive technologies to both the workplace and educational facilities, working towards an inclusive society and offering support throughout a persons’ lifespan.

Nasser was awarded an OBE in 2011 for his contribution in the field of disability. He is one of the founding members of the British Assistive Technology Association (BATA) and part of the DWP Disability Employer Engagement steering group. In 2015 he received a lifetime achievement award from the National Diversity Awards (NDA) for his contribution to people with disabilities. 2019 saw Microlink win the prestigious Inclusive Tech Alliance (ITA) Award for Diversity and Inclusion initiative for disability and in 2020 Nasser won the IoD Director of the year award, an accolade indeed during these unprecedented times.

In 2008 until the present day Microlink has worked alongside the Lloyds Banking Group to successfully create an award-winning workplace adjustment service for their employees. Microlink’s award winning WPA service is now considered best practice and is widely used by over 31 other leading organisations in the UK and US.

LLOYDS BANKING GROUP / HSBC / GSK / AMERICAN EXPRESS / EY / KPMG / ACCENTURE / ITV
ENTERPRISE / BT / BARCLAYS / BANK OF ENGLAND / ROYAL MAIL / CHANNEL 4 / VIRGIN MEDIA
LEEDS CITY COUNCIL / TSB / DWP / FCA / NHS / NORTH WALES POLICE / LAND REGISTRY / SAGE

Nasser is consulted on policy and procedure by many organisations public and private in UK and international. He is an active and supportive partner of the Business Disability Forum and Purple Space and is regularly consulted with on high level Government and Civil Service policy and guidance.

Nasser is an active contributor to various disability forums and organisations. He spends a considerable part of his working life in advisory roles to education, central government and private sector bodies to improve the outcomes for the disabled people. He has also served as a board member for some of these organisations and is considered an influential person in the field of equal opportunities for disabled people.