Early Interventions for Entrepreneurship from Birzeit to Silicon Valley: How to Become an Entrepreneur
Department of Business Administration and Marketing is pleased to invite you to a general lecture entitled: Early Interventions for Entrepreneurship from Birzeit to Silicon Valley: How to Become an Entrepreneur Presented by Mohammad Ibrahim from Silicon Valley (see short bio, below). The lecture will be on Saturday 12.03.2016 from 11:00 to 12:00 in Mohamed Imran Bamieh Building – Hall 002. Students are Encouraged to attend All are Welcome Who is Mohammad Ibrahim? Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mohammad-ibrahim-0056329 Mohammad Ibrahim is our United States Ambassador for The Palestinian House in Silicon Valley Program (PHSV), where he manages the program in Silicon Valley. He’s an Entrepreneur and Co-Founder of a Silicon Valley based startup that provides the safest & most natural alternative form of sugar to the world! Prior to that, he did Business Development at PITME (Progress In Technology Middle East), which was started to help entrepreneurs in the Middle East building companies, create opportunities and to introduce a fragment of the Silicon Valley moral fiber and to get startups connected to clients, investors and partners. Mohammad graduated University with a B.S. in Finance and Economics from the United States and completed part of his studies in London, UK.