Adeel A. Shah: Press & Publications

sampling of media interviews and publications of Mr. Adeel A. Shah

2013:  Interview on Bloomberg TV – Click HERE to view video

Mr. Adeel Shah was invited by Bloomberg TV to discuss the unrest in Egypt. Per Mr. Shah’s prediction, the president of Egypt did resign the next day.

2012:  Lectured at Columbus State University, Georgia

Mr. Adeel Shah was invited to Columbus State University as a guest speaker to discuss his book Sandstorm: a leaderless revolution in the digital age, the Middle East, and the Arab Spring.  Interested in inviting Mr. Shah to speak at your institution?  Contact us HERE.

 

Sandstorm: a leaderless revolution

Elan Magazine October 2011. Discusses the iconic book on the Arab Spring and Social Media with Adeel Shah and Sheheryar Sardar.

Face Time: Get the Most Out of Any Networking Event

Smart CEO June 2011.  Mr. Adeel A. Shah talks about the key ways to make networking events a success.

Help wanted: Real leader to end the death spiral of once-promising Pakistan

January 2011.  Mr. Adeel A. Shah talks about the lack of leadership in Pakistan during these tumultuous times. Published in World Tribune.

FDI & PAKISTAN

March 2009.  Presentation by Mr. Adeel A. Shah for Dr. Farooq Sattar, Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis, on how to tie the economic strength of Diaspora living abroad.

Dairy Industry in Pakistan

Mr. Adeel Shah discusses the dairy industry as investment potential in Pakistan.

Pakistan Targets $5 Billion With Emigrant Funds Law

Mr. Adeel A. Shah speaks to Nawreen Mangi at BLOOMBERG on this issue:  The Pakistani diaspora is “underutilized,” said Adeel Shah, a member of the Washington-based U.S.-Pakistan Business Council. “Pakistanis residing in the U.S. can contribute a lot if they can find a credible vehicle through which they can identify serious projects and get better returns.”  (read more)


LOU DOBBS MONEYLINE:  Pakistan

Mr. Adeel A. Shah speaks to CNN’s Tim O’Brien on Pakistan’s textile industry due to the war in Afghanistan.  ADEEL SHAH, U.S.-PAKISTAN BUSINESS COUNCIL: They laid off about 10,000 people, so that really adversely affected the Pakistani economy. (read more)

Pakistan could become dairy exporting country

Mr. Adeel A. Shah, Vice President of the USPBC said in an interview on Sunday that “with necessary scientific management, there could be an appreciable increase in dairy production, to the extent that Pakistan could easily become a dairy exporting country in neighbouring region.”  “Pakistan is the fifth largest milk producing country, but as per international standards, it’s dairy production unfortunately, is very low,” he stated… (read more)

Pakistan’s Potential To be an IT Market

Mr. Adeel A. Shah writes on Pakistan’s Potential:  To compete with the growing economies of the world, Pakistan needs to educate, train and bring its workforce to the international educational standards, incorporate new technologies and modern management practices into its industry, and bring intense focus on building an information-based economy by upgrading the technical and managerial skills of its people… (read more)

US Team Identifies Areas of Investment

A delegation of leading businesses from the United States, including Mr. Adeel A. Shah, CEO of Telnia Corporation, visited Pakistan from March 15-19 to explore opportunities for investment. The delegation, organized by the US-Pakistan Business Council at the US Chamber of Commerce, held meetings with senior Pakistani government officials in Islamabad to discuss avenues for promoting increased investment from the United States. Ambassador Ashley Wills, US Trade Representative for South Asia, accompanied the delegation to meetings with government officials in Islamabad… (read more)

U.S. Business Delegations Concludes Meetings in Pakistan

A delegation of leading businesses from the United States, including Mr. Adeel A. Shah, Chairman and CEO, Telnia Corporation, visited Pakistan from March 15-19 to explore opportunities for investment. The delegation, organized by the U.S.-Pakistan Business Council at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, held meetings with senior Pakistani government officials in Islamabad to discuss avenues for promoting increased investment from the United States. Ambassador Ashley Wills, U.S. Trade Representative for South Asia, accompanied the Mr. Adeel A. Shah with US Businesses in the Pakistan Trip delegation to meetings with government officials in Islamabad.

LFO and the Pakistani Constitution

Mr. Adeel A. Shah discusses his opinions on this issue:  As a democracy lover, whether we like it or not, we cannot deny the fact that General Musharraf’s record of performance is unbeatable and; therefore, it is wise to allow him the exception of keeping him in the uniform for the time being… (read more)

U.S. Pakistan Business Council Hosts Honorable Nancy Powell:

Mr. Adeel A. Shah, Vice Chairman of U.S. Pakistan Business Council with the Honorable Nancy Powell.

Adeel A. Shah with Secretary LashUSPBC Meets With Secretary Lash:

Mr. Adeel A. Shah and the USPBC met with the Honorable William H. Lash, III, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Market Access and Compliance, and members of his staff at the US Department of Commerce in Washington, DC. Esperanza Gomez, USPBC’s Executive Director, and Dr. Herbert J. Davis, Vice President, South Asia, Middle East and Africa, US Chamber of Commerce, were also present at the meeting.   The objective of the meeting with Secretary Lash was to discuss the executive mission of the USPBC to Pakistan in March, 2004 and business outcomes from the delegation’s visit. Fifteen senior executives from leading US companies participated in the first delegation organized by the USPBC to Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi in Pakistan.  (From Pakistan Link).

More bang for bucks

Working under the aegis of the US Chambers of Commerce, Gomez has already under her belt leading Pakistani-American success stories like Adeel Shah, CEO, Telnia Corporation; A. Salman Amin, senior vice-president, PepsiCo; Najeeb Ghauri, chairman, NetSol Technologies; Shoaib Kothawala, president, Hometex Corporation; Pervaiz Lodhie, president, Ledtronics, and Farooq Vakil, executive VP, Lights of America. “They are actively involved in helping the council get American businessmen interested to invest in their homeland.”  (read more)

 

Dinner with President Musharraf before his DC event in Nov. 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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