Meet Pakistan’s ‘Serial Entrepreneur’ in America
Vic Ahmed learned how to run a business at the school of hard-knocks: Lahore, Pakistan. The “serial entrepreneur” started his first company right out of college. Born into a family of lawyers, engineers and doctors, Ahmed grew up in a country the size of Texas that is populated with about 140 million people. Ahmed worked 18-hour days to keep his software business together. Pakistan’s business environment is more intense than in the United States, Ahmed said.