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While formal education will make you a living; self education will make you a fortune. These words have never been truer when describing entrepreneur, Reza Mokhtarian, and his journey from fleeing his home country to being a top businessman who is taking over the global markets. Self described as an entrepreneur, business man and philanthropic supporter, Reza Mokhtarian is a man who reminds the world how being well rounded is rewarding.
Despite being just 29, Reza Mokhtarian has achieved more than people twice his age. He was formally educated at The University of Toronto; however, he credits all of his education in capital making to his Mother and Father, immigrants from Iran. Having fled the “war torn” country in 1989 with just the clothes on his back, Reza watched his father work long, 12 hour shifts as a dishwasher to make “ends meet” in Canada. Reza was determined to achieve the dream that his parents had so desperately sought out.
Armed with this determination, at age 16 Reza Mokhtarian started R.M. Enterprises, a software and hardware company out of his parent’s basement. Within 6 months, the company catapulted into unbridled success by working with some of the biggest franchises in Canada. Currently Reza spends his time working as a Venture Capitalist, where he is able to, “generate capital and position himself within any global market and capitalize off of situations that others fail to see.”
In addition to being a successful Entrepreneur, Reza is also an active philanthropist who works with children agencies around the globe such as The United Children Foundation and Feed The Kids, where he funds projects ranging from building new schools to medical centers. When not donating his time or money, he currently splits his time between Toronto, Miami, and Las Angeles while positioning himself to continue to be a global leader in business.
When asked about his motto for all that he does, Reza Mokhtarian simply replied that he would like to be considered the “New Robin Hood of the Century.”