Dr. Tarun Khanna, Professor at Harvard Business School and Director at Harvard South Asia Initiative, conducted an interactive session on ‘Spurring Entrepreneurship: A Case for Inclusive Innovation in Emerging Markets’, via HEC, where he talked about the contextual constraints to entrepreneurship in emerging economies. Using case studies from India and China, he shared insights on how entrepreneurs can overcome impediments to build sustainable entrepreneurial ventures in Pakistan. Answering a question from KSBL students about a practical entrepreneurial idea, Dr. Khanna said that students can pick any consumer goods which people are annoyed with and create a higher quality, more reliable alternative.
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