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WZCC Toronto Chapter - Meeting at the OZCF

Saturday, November 18, 2023 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The World Zoroastrian Chamber of Commerce (WZCC) Toronto Chapter is proud to announce the next meeting at the OZCF hall.

We will hear from four entrepreneurs who all started their businesses during the COVID years. The challenges they faced and where they are today. If you are an entrepreneur who started a business during the COVID years, please contact: afreed.mistry@gmail.com to be a speaker at the event.

Event Date: Saturday, Nov. 18th, 2023 @ 1:00 PM

Location: OZCF, 1187 Burnhamthrope Road E., Oakville, ON

Event Fee: Free

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1:00 pm - Registration and Networking (snacks will be served)
1:30 pm - Announcements and Introductions
1:35 pm - Hear from the Enterprising Entrepreneurs
2:45 pm - Networking with members
3:00 pm - End Meeting


Anaheez Karbhari

Anaheez Karbhari is a UX Designer based in Toronto, Canada. She is the founder and owner of Jaan Joon, a small baking business that blossomed during the rise of the pandemic. As a self-taught baker, Anaheez enjoys the process of innovation while paying homage to traditional Persian & Indian palates. Honey, saffron, pistachios, rose and cardamom are some of Jaan Joon’s staple flavor profiles. Anaheez specializes in unique goodies such as bite-sized truffles, macarons, and cookies, and is now shipping across Canada & the United States.

Diana Daver

Diana is the owner of a small business called JustSoaps by Diana. She makes handmade organic soaps in small batches. These soaps are packed with natural goodness and are devoid of any harmful chemicals like phthalates and parabens found in commercial soaps which are all carcinogenic and cause more harm than good. Diana’s soaps contain glycerine (which is a natural compound derived from vegetable oils and is known for its moisturizing properties), organic essential oils, skin friendly ingredients and are as natural as possible. Since these are as the name says “just soaps” they contain no preservatives, foaming agents and toxic scents. These soaps  do have a small shelf life like all things natural and for all good reasons. They are perfect for all skin types and for all ages. What’s more is that these soaps are easily customizable too. They make for very unique and personal gifts as an added bonus.

Dr. Armita Bhesania

Drs. Armita and Adil Bhesania - two young sibling entrepreneurs have started a dental clinic in Mississauga, ON.

Armita will be speaking at the WZCC event.  She went to dental school and graduated from Dalhousie University in 2019. She then did an additional year of intense training at Mount Sinai Hospital downtown Toronto.

Adil and Armita always knew they wanted to buy a dental clinic together and serve the community in whichever way they can. After 2 years of constant searching, they finally found a clinic they loved and are proud to call it their own. Churchill Smiles Dentistry is located in Mississauga.

Farah Ardeshir

Farah Ardeshir was born and brought up in Mumbai, India. She has done hospitality management but unfortunately, was never taught any baking in her program. She is a self-taught baker and has opened "M5 Bakes", a certified home based business, which makes delicious and fresh, made to order cakes, cupcakes, desserts, sweet and savory treats. She also offers vegan and gluten-free cakes and cupcakes.

In 2020, she got her calling to embrace the healing journey and educate in the natural and therapeutic form of hypnotherapy followed by other healing and spiritual modalities. Farah was attuned as a Reiki Master at the age of 18 years. Taking all these experiences ahead, she has now started a holistic health and wellness practice called "Spark the Light Within."

Farah now focuses full time on these 2 businesses. Her aim in both her businesses is to make people happy with her baking delicacies and holistic healing.

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