Fcci workshop: Youth encouraged to start own businesses

One-day training programme for Start-ups and Management of Retail/Distribution Businesses held by FCCI.

Our Correspondent August 22, 2014


Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FCCI) Senior Vice President Riazul Haq has advised the educated youth to start their own business instead of looking for jobs.

He was addressing the concluding session of a one-day training programme for Start-ups and Management of Retail/Distribution Businesses. “FCCI has inked MoUs with all the six universities in Faisalabad to strengthen the industry, business and academia links,” said Haq. “Young businessmen must spend only 40% of their profit. The remaining 20% should be earmarked for any emergency, while the remaining should be reinvested in the business.”

He said FCCI was regularly inviting eminent business tycoons to deliver lectures and share their experiences with FCCI members. “This encourages the new, young entrants in the business world to work assiduously and expedite their efforts in the right direction.”

Published in The Express Tribune, August 22nd, 2014.

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