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Celebration of Women's Day at 'Amishee'

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Life Desk :
'Amishee', celebrated Women's Day on 8th March, 2019 Friday. The Event took place at their outlet.
The theme of IWD 2019 is 'Balance For Better'. A nod to the growing global push for professional and social equality.
The aim of the theme is to encourage gender balance in boardrooms, in the media and in wealth as a way for economies to thrive.
Aligning with the essence of IWD 2019, 'Amishee' portrayed it's theme as 'Believe in Balance'.
'Amishee' celebrated the day with people who have been contributing significantly in different sectors of the industry. Besides distinguish clients, stakeholders and Top management of "Amishee", famous media personalities Singer & Pop star Mehreen Mahmud and eminent Television & Film actress Nawsheen Nahreen Mou and Singer Fatema Jahangir Juli graced the program with their presence and shared their thoughts & views.
Amishee has recently launched their first Men's Collection.
With smart, innovative and elegant collection, Amishee aims to be one of the trend-setters of this South-East Asia region in Jewellery & Lifestyle segments. 

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