Raza after completing his MBA from the Greenwich University went on to pursue a Master’s degree in Strategic Restaurant management from Cornell University
Just recently, CEO KFC Pakistan ‘Raza Pirbhai’ got appointed as the vice president to the American Business Council. Established in 1984, the American Business Council represents all US businesses operating in Pakistan.
Built to support American businesses, the council is non-profit and is the largest single country investor in Pakistan. Currently, the American Business Council houses fortune 500 companies alongside many other small and medium American businesses operating in Pakistan.
The American Business Council has connections with both the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (USCC) Washington D.C as well as the Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) thus it holds a key position by offering an exchange of business and ideas between the two nations.
With this appointment, Pirbhai will hold a major position in the council that can possibly bring in more experienced businesses into play.
Heading KFC Pakistan since 2014, Pirbhai has extraordinary leading capabilities. The CEO in his 8 years transformed KFC into the biggest fast food retail brand of Pakistan. Currently, the chain has 104 branches all around Pakistan, all of which see massive customer traffic throughout the day.
With his natural talent to embrace challenges and innovate, all of his employees have a sense of respect towards him. Those that have worked alongside Pirbhai call him a source of motivation and a person with a massive business acumen.
Having a long and successful career, the CEO has worked in a number of other major firms such as Pizza Hut, ZIL and Qubee.
Pirbhai completed his MBA in Marketing from Greenwich University. He then went on to pursue a Master’s degree in Strategic Restaurant management from the Cornell University.