As a reflection, this was very refreshing to note, the learning outcome of the session was to convey the idea of a balance between translating theory into good practices. The interactive session at the backdrop had a connotation of experience sharing, thus, guiding students to apply such methods based on their ingenuity to approach new sets of problem with clear understanding. Mr. Muhammad believed such exposures will help students to conceive, adopt and deliver better e-commerce related business solutions.
During the interaction, Mr. Muhammad Chbib spoke of the impact of e-commerce platform, drawing relevance from various day-to-day challenges, broader picture of the industry and the perception of future markets. He also emphasized taking development model of Sukar.com to suggest how such entrepreneurship can grow and be adapted from one region to other.
Dr. Franziska Apprich at the College of Media and Mass Communications in AUE also highlighted the importance of holding such seminars to provide students new and creative learning in e-commerce areas. The AUE profusely thanked Sukar.com members for sharing their expertise in apprising the students at MBA level the new information highways in e-commerce sectors.
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