GES 2017: Pakistani entrepreneur offers help to Indian working moms

Hyderabad: Pakistani entrepreneur, Sihah Waris who is participating in Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad told that she is interested in collaborating with Indian entrepreneurs.

According to the news published in DC, Ms. Waris is one of the six entrepreneurs from Pakistan who are attending GES.

Describing startup environment in Pakistan, she said that persons who have its experience started a program by name IGNITE. Under this program, they collect funds to encourage and help entrepreneurs in their country.

It may be mentioned that she runs a start-up program by the name “Rise Mom”. It helps connect working women with their children through live video feeds.

She highlighted the problems working women face after giving birth to children. She further said that Indian women also meet the same situation.

Ms. Waris who is on her first visit to India told that she intends to collaborate with enthusiastic Indian women.