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Iyer’s $60K Business Opens In Lautoka

Nirvana Pooja Iyer's career dream in the food industry is taking shape - to invest in a restaurant. Last Sunday, she opened her restaurant, Rani's Kitchen in Lautoka City with an investment of $60,000
28 Jun 2022 12:40
Iyer’s $60K Business Opens In Lautoka
From left: Rita Singh (mother), Miliane Nairogose, Director Nirvana Iyer and Farhanaaz Shah at Rani's Kitchen. Photo: Waisea Nasokia.

Nirvana Pooja Iyer’s career dream in the food industry is taking shape – to invest in a restaurant.

Last Sunday, she opened her restaurant, Rani’s Kitchen in Lautoka City with an investment of $60,000.

Ms Iyer said her key career objective was to make the world a better place for all food lovers.

 

She aims to enhance customer service to new heights for customer satisfaction and continue to be a role model in the industry.

“I need to promote healthy living, consuming nutritional meals using environmentally friendly methods and products to be able to give back to my community in terms of employment, opportunities and latest concepts,” she added.

She thanked her parents and families especially her mother, a school teacher Rita Rao-Singh for the financial support.

 

Lautoka City Council manager health services Rouhit Karan Singh officiated the opening on Sunday praised Ms Iyer for her achievement.

“To mark it as a career, food services and customer satisfaction, Ms Iyer has it all,” he said.

 

About Ms Iyer:
She was born in Lautoka and attended Lautoka Primary School and Natabua High School respectively.

She moved to Australia to complete her Diploma in Hospital Management (2016 – 2018) from the Quality Training and Hospitality College.

Also at the New Zealand School of Travel and Tourism where she completed a Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management, level five from 2009 – 2010.

 

She has worked at various companies and gained valuable experiences such as Pak N Save (Lincoln North) in Auckland, New Zealand.

Her other jobs include Cathay Hotel, Valentine tours, Hungry Jacks and Manly Fish Cafe, which includes a front end and back end including being a chef.

 

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