American entrepreneur advises Pakistanis on business techniques

Islamabad

Renowned American entrepreneur and speaker Rhett Power shared his advises and experiences with Pakistani audiences during his series of presentations on “Do’s and Don’ts of Starting a Business.”
The American entrepreneur delivered these presentations in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi during the weeklong 2017 Entrepreneurship Speaker Series held by the US Embassy.
During interactive workshops with students, early-stage entrepreneurs, and more experienced business owners, Power shared lessons from his personal experience as the co-founder of Wild Creations, a startup toy company that was named the 2010 Fastest Growing Business in South Carolina, and from his experience as an economic and small business development consultant.
“Whether in the United States or Pakistan, entrepreneurs face similar challenges in figuring out how to take an idea and turn it into a successful business,” Power said.
“As the first speaker in the Entrepreneurship Speaker Series sponsored by the U.S. Embassy, I had the opportunity to share my experiences with bright, energetic Pakistani entrepreneurs, and to learn from them, as well. I hope this will encourage greater partnership between U.S. and Pakistani entrepreneurs.”
Power spoke to audiences at venues including the National Incubation Center, the WECREATE Center, the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry, The Nest, and the Lahore University of Management Sciences’ Center for Entrepreneurship.
Murtaza Zaidi, Executive Director of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Islamabad and CEO, CyberVision International said, “Rhett Power’s talk was inspiring and enlightening one for the audience.
He delivered hard-earned, real-life lessons, emphasizing the need for knowledge, persistence and patience in an entrepreneur.” In the coming months, the U.S. Embassy Entrepreneurship Speaker Series will sponsor additional programs to support Pakistani entrepreneurs focused on topics such as marketing, intellectual property rights, and curriculum development.—APP

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