I visited the British Pakistan Foundation in London to meet up with Asif Rangoonwala. He was kind enough to share decades of experience, his feelings that there is no youth in middle management in Pakistan. It was exactly what i needed to hear the day before my trip to Pakistan. It was a honour to know that someone besides myself can see a positive future change in our youth.
Asif is an entrepreneur who founded and eventually sold Eurobuns that supplies baked goods to fast food chains, restaurants and supermarkets. Asif has gone on to start a company called South Street Asset Management providing essential accommodation for students and key workers. He is Chairman of Powerboat P1 and he is also the Chairman of the Rangoonwala Foundation that supports marginalized societies worldwide. He is also the Chairman of the British Pakistan Foundation and Chairman of the World Memon Foundation. He is a Trustee of the British Asian Trust, P1 Marine Foundation and MAITS. He is Governor and Trustee of Whitefield School, and a World Fellow of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.
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