Karachi, 8th March 2021 – Bake Parlor conducts One Day Cooking Class with Chef Asad, which took place at Rangoowala Karachi. The event raised awareness about how important it is for women to work on their skill sets. Head Of Marketing at Bake Parlor, Sabeen; Ms. Zia Halai principal of Rangoonwala trust VM Public School; Food bloggers Aliza Anis & Sarah aka. bookgirlingmoments along with the amazing and cheering young audience attended the event.
While everyone around the world was observing and celebrating women’s day in their way, Bake Parlor celebrated women’s day by encouraging women from the different sectors of the industry to work on their skill sets and conducted a ‘’One Day Cooking Class’’ with Chef Asad at Rangoonwala Karachi.
Although there are innumerous inspirational women breaking gender as well as traditional barriers with their applaud-able achievements, Ms. Zia Halai principal of Rangoonwala trust VM Public School has been a prominent one, she started her career as a Physics lecturer and at present, she is the principal of VM Public School. She has attended training programs in Sri Lanka and Newzealand in connection with the Duke of Edinburgh Awards and then trained the teachers in Pakistan.
While conversing with the class, Ms. Zia said ‘‘We are women, and we would have to educate our children and our partners on how to respect women and provide them the rights they deserve.”
Miss Sabeen Head of Marketing said, ‘’Being the Head Of Marketing of Pakistan’s famous brand know as Bake Parlor – The Pasta Expert I think it is important for us to celebrate ourselves whatever profession we are from, women will walk side beside to men in future only if they work hard they will be the greatest achievers known in the history, you can stand up for yourself, and if need be, for those around you.”
It seems like Bake Parlor understands what women of today want, it isn’t about making women stronger, they are already strong. The real challenge is to change the way the world perceives that strength. So, let’s pledge to no longer be apologetic for who we are and work on developing our skills