Introducing Entrepreneur Kamil Sattar: an In-Demand Leader & Mentor in the E-commerce Industry

Kamil Sattar, aka ‘the King of E-commerce mentoring’ helps beginners with no e-commerce experience scale their businesses to dizzying heights.

Telford, UK – Entrepreneur and founder of E-commerce Mentoring, Kamil Sattar is on a mission to empower one million E-commerce entrepreneurs and start-ups to become successful in life and in business.   Although only recently founded in 2017, E-commerce Mentoring has rapidly evolved into a business operating in 15 countries throughout the world.  And Sattar is rapidly gaining a reputation as ‘the King of E-commerce mentoring’ - the ‘go-to’ expert for advice and leadership in all E-commerce related matters.

According to Sattar, part of his success is due to his enlarged family network, which provides his team with the scale and global reach to work with brands of every size. He also has unprecedented access to tools and insights from a range of experts in the industry, on topics that include content distribution, search and data, strategy development, design and development, and marketing.

Sattar says that very few business owners understand how to set up their stores in the right manner. His primary focus is to help other e-commerce entrepreneurs and start-ups to live a more sustainable and leveraged business and lifestyle through e-commerce mentoring and equity income.

“At E-commerce Mentoring, we place an emphasis on working ‘on’ the business and not ‘in’ it,” he explains. “We make sure our clients act like real store owners, not glorified entrepreneurs. The result? If done right, having a store is incredibly lucrative, and can be very hands-off.”

Since E-commerce Mentoring was founded, Sattar has helped countless new business owners to achieve their goals, in many cases helping them add five or even six figures to their annual income.

Sattar’s premise also involves raising clients’ status and prestige, along with their income levels.

“We use an advanced system that can build you an empire within your industry. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit but feel you aren’t quite getting there, we’re here to help you achieve the financial abundance and balanced lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of.”

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About Kamil Sattar

As one of the most in-demand mentors in e-commerce and dropshipping, Sattar is one of the extremely rare e-commerce mentors that actually owns a portfolio of highly profitable business ventures.  Having worked with industry-leading companies in various industries, ranging from luxury goods, digital marketing, education and e-commerce, Sattar is single-handedly changing the E-commerce education system by bringing clients updated and relevant online business mentoring that actually works.

For more information about Sattar and his company, visit the website at https://www.e-commercementoring.com.

Media Contact: 

Kamil Sattar

E-commerce Mentoring

United Kingdom

+44 7711791180

kamilsattar@e-commercementoring.com

https://www.e-commercementoring.com

United Kingdom

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