Archroma to provide technical expertise to women entrepreneurs in Pakistan

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Archroma, one of the global leaders in color and specialty chemicals, recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ethical Affair, a knowledge based platform striving to provide training, skills development and technical assistance to women entrepreneurs in the textile industry. A release published on 9th March 2017 informed that the MoU was signed at a ceremony held in Karachi in the presence of both organizations.

Figure: Mujtaba Rahim, CEO of Archroma Pakistan and Shaheen Khan, President of Ethical Affair exchanges MoU on the occasion.
Figure: Mujtaba Rahim, CEO of Archroma Pakistan and Shaheen Khan, President of Ethical Affair exchanges MoU on the occasion.

Archroma will play a pivotal role to impart technical know-how, training and re-training through active platform of Ethical Affair. Women Entrepreneurs will be provided a tool kit in areas such as technical know-how pertaining to textiles from initial to final stage, international textile market features, sustainability development, or understanding cost and value creation for local and foreign markets.

Mujtaba Rahim, CEO of Archroma Pakistan, said: “Empowering women entrepreneurs to enter into the mainstream will certainly add value coupled with creativity for the textile industry. Women are already taking initiatives in establishing their own businesses especially in the last five years. What they presently ask for is technical training and hands on experience.”

“At Archroma Center of Excellence in Karachi, women will be able to learn to apply textile dyes and chemicals suited for their purpose. Their innovation can turn into success stories beyond expectation,” said Shaheen Khan, President of Ethical Affair at the occasion.

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