Jyotsna Kaur Habibullah is one determined woman. She has transformed the face of a heritage family estate in Lucknow to make it a real retail destination. Originally from Punjab, this go-getter got married and settled in Lucknow. She set up the FICCI Flo Chapter here, got the city its first mango festival and now is expanding this centrally location retail arcade.
We catch up with her on the journey and what it was really like to grow her business in a city like Lucknow. Her answer promises to surprise you.
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