STARLINKS PR and Events celebrated a wonderful anniversary!

Satish Anand, Shanaz Ramzi and Zulfiqar Ramzi

STARLINKS PR and Events hosted a wonderful evening at a local hotel for their second anniversary celebrations, and for winning Women in Business Bronze Stevie’s Award for the category of Start-up of the year.
Hasan Rizvi and Hina
The event was not only a celebration of STARLINKS’ own achievements, but also one where CEO Shanaz Ramzihonoured all their clients and expressed her gratitude for all the support and love her company has received in the short span of just two years.
Ishtiaq Baig
It was a well-attended and entertaining evening. Guests comprising socialites, clients, actors, media, friends and family mingled among themselves and took pictures at the Red Carpet wall of Achievements. The host of the evening Ahmed Godil, paid glorious tribute to STARLINKS after which a video presentation of STARLINKS achievements was shared with the guests. Shanaz Ramzi then addressed the guests and traced her company’s journey in the two years, thanking all who helped her on the way. Usman Mazhar and Natalya then did a humorous short skit on the day in the life of a PR company, which was followed bya fun interactive segment in which Godil asked some of the prominent guests, questions, and gave away gifts. The evening ended in a high tea.
Mina, Shanaz Ramzi and Turab
All in all it was a fun evening where guests enjoyed themselves and were made to feel their importance.
Shanaz Ramzi and Ahmed Godil
Turab, Mina, Nina, Shanaz Ramzi and Ahmed

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