Pakistan Fast Growth 25 Winners Attend Allworld Summit At Harvard University

ISLAMABAD: Eight Winners of the Pakistan Fast Growth 25 – a ranking of fast growing enterprises – are at Harvard University this week to attend AllWorld Summit, to meet emerging entrepreneurs and receive training from some of world’s top entrepreneurs and academics. The Pakistan Fast Growth 25 is a program of AllWorld Network in partnership with Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter and run in collaboration with JS Bank Limited, FPCCI, and other local partners.AllWorld’s mission is to create one million jobs by 2015 by advancing the growth entrepreneurs of the emerging world and creating the next economy of ideas and jobs.
Co-founders Anne Habiby and Deirdre Coyle termed the Pakistan Fast Growth 25 as “the most successful program” in the history of AllWorld that broke all records in terms of the number of companies that applied and the growth rate of those companies.
“We are honored to be working with the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad, JS Bank Limited, and our other partners to put Pakistan’s growth entrepreneurs on the global radar screen,” Anne Habiby said.
“Supporting entrepreneurship is an important goal of the U.S.  government, and we are proud to have played a role in helping the Pakistan 25 come to life, said U.S. Charge d’Affairs in Pakistan Ambassador Stephen Engelken. He said the Pakistan 25 will create an entrepreneurship path for other entrepreneurs to follow and will send a message around the world that Pakistan was open for business.Fast Growth 25 Winners from Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Lebanon, UAE, Egypt, South Africa, India, and Turkey will attend the AllWorld Summit this week at Harvard University – App