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C'EST LE MODE DE VIE PAKISTANAIS

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C'EST LE MODE DE VIE PAKISTANAIS

From the day one takes their first baby steps, parents are filled with joy over the progress they have been making. From that very day it is decided whether the kid is going to be a doctor, engineer or if the parents are liberal enough.. a Dentist! The pride and confidence quite obviously are dependent on whether the newly parents can predominantly overcome the slurs from all other have been mums claiming “haye bechaara kitna kamzor hai”. The key though, is the decision that has been made on one’s behalf, either you are going to be a doctor or an...

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HELPING SOCIETY ONE SWADDLE AT A TIME, Cubby

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HELPING SOCIETY ONE SWADDLE AT A TIME, Cubby

Socio-economic pressure has always driven people out of their comfort zone in to the "real" world of trying to fend for either themselves or their entire family. There is no greater cause than to be able to support the ones you love and aide in providing a better or even sustained lifestyle.Although emergent over the past few decades, women have often been an overlooked segment of our workforce. In the west the transition of an equally divided labour force came around the 18th and 19th centuries when the economic fabric was at its weakest. This forced society in to an...

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TRUST & ECOMMERCE

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TRUST & ECOMMERCE

The lack of trust in businesses and particularly in online stores is a growing concern for the past decade. Some fake, as well as poorly run online businesses have eroded the foundation of e-commerce. Every day, Cubby.pk aims to help alleviate the doubts in people who have difficulty in trusting the online space. The various initiatives that we have are around, social engagement, customer engagement, transparency are all to put our customers ahead of any profits. Cubby.pk heavily invests in local businesses by sponsoring women in need and is soon looking expand this support for workshops that house a disabled...

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