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CCIK elects Faizan Nehvi as Chairman of its Young Entrepreneurs’ Committee

SRINAGAR: The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Kashmir (CCIK) has elected Faizan Nehvi as the new chairman for the Young Entrepreneur’s Committee, formed to help and promote youth in their chosen lines of business.

Speaking on the occasion to the media, Faizan Nehvi said youth have a lot of talent but are hesitant to foray into business ventures due to their lack of exposure to economic activities.

He stated that young people have been entering the business world for some time, which is great for the economy. He stated that if we go back in time, the young people were unable to understand how to start their businesses. However, in the recent past, it has been observed that a large number of young people are entering the business.

He said that the forum will work to get young people into entrepreneurship and help them advertise their goods.

He claimed that Kashmir has enormous business potential because so few companies have been established there and because the Valley has been heavily dependent on it as a consumer.

On this occasion, many young people joined the discussion so they could understand business development.

Earlier, CCIK President Tariq Ghani said that youngsters of region are its strength and backbone and have the potential to alter the economic landscape.

He declared that the Chamber would also establish a committee for young female entrepreneurs so that they could take advantage of all start-up programs.


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