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Friday, January 13, 2012

Women entrepreneurs of Pakistan

Ayesha Zeenat
She owns pappasallis. She started this business with the sort of karz e hasna from her father, who served Pakistani army. She was in Saudi Arabia when she wanted to go abroad to study. Her father, who was a brigadier at that time, declined by saying he cannot afford. She took a job in a multinational and earned her way to foreign education. She did a diploma in hotel and restaurant management from Conrad Hilton College, university of Huston. She started with eight tables in 1989 and now it has become a great success. Now her business has grown into a double storey, 40 tables restaurant, with another branch in Karachi.
Hina Rabbani Khar
Hina Rabbani Khar is B.Sc. in economics from Lahore University of Management Sciences. After completing her B.Sc. she went to United States for higher education. She received her M Sc (Hon) in hospitality management from university of Massachusetts, Amherst. She along with Asma Ramday established polo lounge, a restaurant, in Lahore. Ms Khar previously started orchids exporting business to Germany but it failed.
Sara Saleem
She started her own design label “essess”. She is married to Moazzim Ali Khan, who is general manager L’Oreal Pakistan.
Marvi Memon
She is a graduate of London school of economics. She started her career as a banker at Citibank Pakistan. Afterwards she launched Pakistan’s first satellite tracking fleet management concern “Trakker”.
Nasreen Kasuri
She started beaconhouse school system in 1975. She served the cause of women empowerment in Pakistan. More then 60%of employees of beaconhouse are women. Today beaconhouse group has nearly 200000 students in nine countries of the world.

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