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No Guts, No Glory: High Tea with Nilofer Saeed: How to start your own business

Are you a budding entrepreneur? Always wanted to be your own boss? Do you want to set up a business in Pakistan? Or expand your existing business? If yes then this exclusive event is just the ticket!

In keeping with TCF’s belief of giving people the right chances and helping individuals to broaden their horizons and dream BIG, TCF –UK is proud to bring you this opportunity to enjoy a sumptuous afternoon tea and be inspired by award-winning serial entrepreneur and TCF board of directors’ member Nilofer Saeed.

With a string of highly successful ventures to her name, Copper Kettle, Hob Nob bakery and the organic store Neco, Nilofer Saeed will share her secrets to setting up a successful business and give advice on business plans, thinking creatively, ROI and much more. She will also talk about the pitfalls and rewards of investing in Pakistan and applying business acumen to philanthropy.

Nilofer Saeed’s advice, her story of passion, hard work and dedication could be just the push you need to set up the next big thing! Tickets for this unique and exciting event are now on sale.

Spaces are very limited so book now for the chance to hear from Nilofer Saeed and network with her and other like-minded people.

About Nilofer

A prominent female entrepreneur and trendsetter in the food and hospitality sector in Pakistan, Nilofer Saeed’s business has been recognized amongst the 100 Fastest Growing Companies at the Arabia500 summit this year. She launched Copper Kettle Cafe in 1993 and following the raging success of its desserts, Nilofer Saeed launched the Hobnob Bakery chain. Today thirteen Hobnob bakeries are operational across Karachi.

A true leader and innovator, Nilofer Saeed’s business has now expanded to include N’eco’s Natural Store & Café, the first outlet in Pakistan to offer a wide range of organic, natural, herbal and social enterprise goods.

Nilofer Saeed is the first female member of the board of directors of The Citizens Foundation (TCF), the leading non-profit organization working in the field of education in Pakistan.

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