The path to entrepreneurship is never easy. Especially in Iraq. While a few companies can always break through, what about the rest? In recent years, Iraqi men’s fashion label Mr. Erbil has been quietly incubating an experiment in entrepreneurship, in an unconventional corner of the world. Creating an entire value-chain for local artisans and empowering female entrepreneurs. But is it scalable? Can Kurdistan be a model for rebuilding local economies, one entrepreneur at a time?