Easypaisa, the top digital payments service in Pakistan, commemorated International Women’s Day by reaffirming its dedication to the financial empowerment of women. The business has led the charge in Pakistan in encouraging financial inclusion and literacy among women, giving them the power to take charge of their money and achieve financial independence.
To commemorate the milestone, easypaisa hosted special activities at its offices in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. A panel discussion featuring speakers from many fields, including finance, HR, activism, and entertainment, was also planned. The focus of the conversation was on the individual journeys of powerful women in leadership positions and how they attained financial empowerment.
Mudassar Aqil, CEO of easypaisa, underlined the value of financial inclusion and women’s empowerment, seeing it as a moral requirement given that women make up more than half of Pakistan’s population. He promised to encourage and support women in positions of leadership and to make easypaisa a desirable employer by putting in place beneficial policies and procedures. The business also intends to continue making a substantial contribution to Pakistan’s financial inclusion and women’s financial empowerment.
The need to create new chances for women to shatter the glass ceiling and leave their imprint was emphasised by Pouruchisty Sidhwa, the CHRO of easypaisa. In order to promote this cause and guarantee equity for women at all levels, easypaisa is dedicated to doing so.
Easypaisa’s work to increase financial inclusion rates shows how committed it is to empowering women. In order to make it simpler for women to receive financial services catered to their unique requirements, the organisation has employed technology and partnerships.
In honour of International Women’s Day, easypaisa reaffirmed its dedication to Pakistani women’s financial development. Easypaisa is ensuring that women have the tools, resources, and support they need to take control of their futures and achieve their goals by working to make Pakistan a financially inclusive nation.