Video: Youth’s no barrier to starting a business, but an essential part of it

June 5, 2018 10:48 am


Eliott Jabes, co-founder, and CEO of Stockly, a software that aims to establish a network connecting brands’ and e-retailers’ inventories, tells AMEinfo how youth was not an impediment to starting a business.

It was, in fact, part of the reason why he is successful, as business requires mental power to overcome challenges and physical strength to handle often working long weeks in succession co-running the company.

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Eliott Jabes recently took part in the Global Start-up Bootcamp, part of arab luxury world (alw) 2018, the Middle East’s leading conference on the business of luxury. The Bootcamp, sponsored by TAG Heuer and Chalhoub Group, was held at the INSEAD Business School campus in Abu Dhabi in May.

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More than 25 start-up companies from around the world attended and later presented their company in a ‘pitch session’ in front of 600-plus industry professionals during the alw conference, two days later.

Watch Eliott Jabes tell his story here, as he tries to make the world a better place. visit www.stockly.ai

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