Creative Zone Academy and Saloon’s 8th branch opened in Morinda
Free Govt Courses to be offered to the children of martyrs of farmers protest, armed forces and poor families
Morinda: Creative Zone Academy & Salon opened its 8th centre at Morinda, Near Bus Stand. The Academy was inaugurated by Chief Guest, Mrs Kusum Sharma, Councilor, Municipal Council Morinda.
Navtej Navi, MC, Municipal Council, Zirakpur were present as the Guest of Honour. Ms Varsha Thakur, Bollywood Anchor and Brand Ambassador, Creative Zone Academy and Meet Sandhu, Model and Punjabi Actor were the Special Guests.
Apandeep Kaur and Radhika, Director, Creative Zone Academy & Salon said, “The new centre is built on a 4000 sq feet area. Free Government Courses will be offered to the children belonging to the economically weaker families. This is first such academy in Morinda where free hair cutting is being offered for next 15 days.”
Zia Ur Rehman. Director, Creative Zone Academy & Salon, said, “Our other branches are located in Zirakpur, Mohali, Kharar, Malerkotla, Sirhind, Bhopal and Kashmir. The 9th branch will be opened soon in Nalagarh (Himachal Pradesh). Free make- up services will be provided for the couples in group marriages. We want to help the families of martyrs of farmers protest and Indian Army by giving free training to their children, so that they become financially independent.”
He further said, “The Central and State governments have been giving a push to entrepreneurship development. This Academy is a step in that direction. The startup based at Zirakpur will provide job opportunities to people.”
“Our endeavour through new branches is to reach out to more and more people and transform their looks as well as mindset. What sets our academy apart is the science behind styling and not only the products. We will certainly work hard to make the business model a success. We are going to focus on economically weaker women, who want to work and earn, but do not have money to gain skills. We will provide them beauty courses at highly subsidized rates and free courses to those who cannot afford the fee,” said Ashraf Ali.
“We have tied up with few NGOs and will soon start grooming workshops, as well as personal grooming sessions for people living in slum areas, as they do not have access to good personal hygiene. The beauty industry is growing fast and a lot of trained people are required by the industry. I am happy that our Morinda branch has started with the help of the government. The salon has facilities of permanent hair treatment, hair transplant without surgery, permanent hair extension, permanent nail art, tattoo and spa,” said Zia Ur Rehman.
The academy has started free door to door consultancy to poor women, who cannot attend courses but are interested in gaining skills in beauty industry. At Creative Zone, well trained staff delivers practical training modules under the expert guidance and leadership of the three young entrepreneurs.