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Afghan female entrepreneur opens Rugby store in Kabul

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Afghan female entrepreneur opens Rugby store in Kabul

Despite of many challenges for women entrepreneurs in Afghanistan, Baran, a female entrepreneur, has opened a Rugby store in Kabul.

Rugby is an American clothing brand launched in 2004. Rugby products are available at twelve stores throughout the United States, one in London, UK, and now in Kabul too.

Baran is running the store successfully and the clients are happy with the products provided.

According to the store’s Facebook page, the store offers men’s casual wear, t-shirts, shirts, trousers, jeans, sweaters, jackets, outerwear, scarves etc. Women and kids’ outfits are going to open soon.

The outlet is situated in Shahr-e-Naw, Totakhel Plaza, 3rd floor.



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