According to Aisha Natu, who writes a weekly column in a local Saudi Arabia paper, current regulations and bureaucracy is hampering the development of businesses run by women in Saudi Arabia. She says, “Women don’t only want to be seen, they want to actively participate and translate their aspirations into reality.”
About Aisha Natu:
She became the head of the board of directors for Eye to Eye Optics, a company that was started in 1990, and became one of the 27 fastest growing firms in Saudi Arabia. The company then split into three, which included optometry, training, and advertising and media. She now runs the three companies, which has 100 employees.
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