KARACHI: Pakistan’s social entrepreneurship eco-system still requires dedicated investors and knowledge base to grow socially responsible businesses and contribute to youth employment. This was the main focus of speakers at the University town hall on “Social Entrepreneurship: Breaking Glass Ceilings” held at the Karachi School of Business and Leadership on Thursday by KSBL and Jinnah Institute. Speaking on the occasion, KSBL Registar Dr Iqbal Tahir spoke about the success and salient features of KSBL’s MBA program and shared the vision of KSBL to become the leading business school in Pakistan. Starting the dialogue, Nadeem Hussain said that socially sustainable enterprises in Pakistan still need strengthening of the eco-system, investors and mentors to support young men and women who want to start businesses targeting service provision for the poor in Pakistan.
Published in The Express Tribune, October 2nd, 2016.
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