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    ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A young man who dared to dream big and chased those dreams via illegal shortcuts.

    TRUST ME – The Waleed Ahmed Story portrays a fascinating story of a second-generation Pakistani immigrant, born in Norway, who became the country’s most promising entrepreneur at the tender age of 20. His invention was a solar-powered mobile phone cover that could charge itself by sunlight and artificial light. Waleed promised to make a global impact with his product. Not only was the product going to make him rich, but it was also going to help people in third world countries.

    One of Waleed’s most vigorous promoters was the Trade Minister himself, Trond Giske. The two would appear on television programs boasting of the remarkable success this product enjoyed on the international markets. In fact, Waleed became the youngest person ever to receive a six-digit government grant as a part of the Innovation . . .

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    Margareta Hruza
    Hruza is a Czech/Norwegian filmmaker and a regular film critic at Modern Times Review.
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