Entrepreneurs Showcase

Published Jul 14, 2012 09:09am

On lazy interns and a supportive family

Entrepreneur Ghazal Pirzada, of Ghazal Pirzada Creative Studios: "(It's really important) to have a supportive family that understands that the crazy in you needs to come out."

Kulsoom Lakhani: "The hardest part for an entrepreneur is starting and then scaling ... deciding when to scale and by how much."

Ammara Gul Agha, founder of t-shirt company Gullak, on online internships: "Online interns are as lazy and useless as real interns"

Ghazal Pirzada: "Everyone's being trained as a designer but not everyone has that spark -- that needs to be brought out, I think."


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