“The students, alumni council and management of Karachi School of Business & Leadership (KSBL), and Karachi Vynz gave a warm welcome to the international social media sensation Alyne Tamir.

The renowned Vlogger is famous for capturing picturesque views in her travelogues and insighful topics, on her channel Dear Alyne. Through her passion for wanderlust and motivational videos, Alyne has influenced masses from across the globe. Moreover she has also been a part of multiple one-minute Nas Daily videos, another popular vlog. This time around, the jetsetter planned her first ever trip to Pakistan and her first stop being Karachi, at KSBL.

Apart from pursuing her passion for travelling, Alyne is also famous for her online Girls Gone Global initiative to connect women from all around the world. At KSBL, Alyne’s meet up was segregated into two slots. The first part of her session revolved around discussion on Girls Gone Global, a women only meet, in which she interacted with women and took an overview regarding cultural views and traditional values set for women in Pakistan. Alyne was really impressed to find out that how over years our culture has diversified and through education lives of women in Pakistan is rapidly transitioning towards betterment.

After the women’s meet, there was another subsequent session, in which Alyne interacted with all her fans and followers. In the second session Alyne shared about her life experiences with participants followed by exchange of multiple ideas on vlogging and blogging. She also received many gifts from the impressive turn out of admirers at the meet.

In the midst of cultural set up and scrumptious food items, the evening was full of frenzy and rejoice. At the end of both the sessions the KSBL Management and Alumni Council presented Alyne and Karachi Vynz with souvenirs, to remember the worth cherishing memory of her first ever trip to Pakistan”.

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