A tea-tastic win by ekaterra at CFA Society of Pakistan

The company places great emphasis on the empowerment of women; one of the key pillars of their sustainability agenda.
Published December 8, 2022

ekaterra Pakistan has been declared ‘best workplace to recognise gender diversity’ in the small companies category – 2021 by the CFA Society of Pakistan.

Being in the run for only 18 months after being separated from Unilever, this was the first time ekaterra Pakistan participated in the Awards and was recognised by the CFA Society of Pakistan for its efforts towards gender diversity. ekaterra, is home to leading tea brands such as Lipton and Brooke Bond in Pakistan, being the biggest tea business globally, with 12 production sites in four continents and tea gardens in three countries. ekaterra gives great importance to Empowerment of Women as it is one of the key pillars of the company’s sustainability agenda.

Farheen Salman Amir, President BSPAN & General Manager Pakistan says, “Women are at the heart of ekaterra. We’re proud to have strong female representation at the highest levels of the company. Through our equal pay policies, sustainability, and Diversity & Inclusion agendas, we aim to address this gap so more women are encouraged and enabled to claim their space in the workplace, regardless of which cycle of their life they may be.”

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