Dr. Irfan Siddique

Dr. Irfan Siddique

Assistant Professor


Mr. Irfan Siddique is an Assistant professor of entrepreneurship and family business in UCP. He did his MBA from IBA (PU) and MS in entrepreneurship from GCU. He started his career in PEPSI co. and worked in WAPDA at different key positions for more than ten years. He moved to academia and is part of different public and private universities since 2006. Currently he is representing UCP as Deputy HOD BBA program and head entrepreneurship division. He is also associated with United States association for small business and entrepreneurship (USASBE) since 2016 and had developed different certificate programs for entrepreneurship and SMEs. He remained an active mentor for school students having interest in entrepreneurship on the forum of SEED ventures. He also did consultancies for the projects by Govt: of Pakistan and many other corporations. His research was recognized by different journals of repute and high reputed conferences.

PhDBusiness AdministrationUniversity of Central Punjab, Lahore, PK 2011- to date
MSEntrepreneurship and SME ManagementGC University, Lahore. PK2008-2010
MBAMarketingUniversity of the Punjab, Lahore. PK1996 – 1998
Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Central Punjab, Lahore.2011till date
Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Lahore2009 - 2011
Sr. LecturerBUITMS, Faculty of Management Sciences, Quetta.2006 – 2008
Revenue Officer / Assistant Manager Customer ServicesWAPDA, Water and Power Development Authority, PK2000 –2006
Assistant Sales and Marketing coordinatorPepsi Cola Bottlers1998 –/2000
1Entrepreneurial marketing, Environmental uncertainty and Performance of family firms. Sarhad Journal of Management Sciences, 4(2), 124-142. (2018) by Irfan Siddique, irfan Saleem and Gohar Abbass & Zia, A.
2SMES Business Growth Model and the Mediating role of Market Orientation Published in Pakistan Business Review volume 17Number 4 page 845-862. (2016) Hec Approved X category Journal. By Irfan Siddique, irfan Saleem and Gohar Abbass.
3“Impact Assessment of ISO 9000 Series on the Organizational Performance: Empirical Evidence from SME Sector of Pakistan.” By Irfan Saleem and Irfan Siddique, African Journal of Business Management Vol. 5(26), pp. 10885-10892, 28 October, 2011.
4What makes the SMEs to grow: A study of Entrepreneur’s Behavioral, Cognitive and Expertise Impact. Presented In USASBE 2016 San Diego California, USA Conference. From 8th to 12th January 2016. By Irfan Siddique and Maryam Khan.
5“Different Customers of SMEs and Market Orientation: A Case of Leather Footwear Manufacturing Units of Pakistan”. II International Leather Engineering Congress, Innovative Aspects for Leather Industry 12-13 May 2011, Izmir, Turkey. By. Irfan Siddique, Khalil Mohammad, Rasheed Khalid.
6"Human Capacity Building in Poverty Alleviation - Women Empowerment in Pakistan". International Symposium on Poverty Alleviation Strategies: Experiences and New Ideas, Istanbul, Turkey, on October 13-15, 2010.By Rasheed Khalid and Irfan Siddique
7Sustainable Social Entrepreneurship: Is Market Orientation a missing link?” Youth Conference on THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN PAKISTAN – STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION” In University of Central Punjab, Lahore. Dated 11-15 June 2010. By Irfan Siddique.
8A special behavior published in Daily Mirror (News paper).
9Technology Dilemma published in The Balochistan Times (News paper).
10Double jeopardy published in The Balochistan Times (News paper).

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