Treating all people equally obstructs rather than assists the road to equality. People from different walks of life have their own unique personality, backgrounds and history, which fortunately means that no two people are the same. Unfortunately however, this also means that certain individuals are more capable and have certain opportunities that are unavailable to others. As a result, applying the same rulebook to each and every person cannot derive the same result, it can only heighten or perpetuate the inequality that already exists. Therefore, while equality is immensely important, it can only be achieved by treating people fairly not equally.
Kutumbita is the labour workforce’s solution to attaining this fairness. It elevates those whose voices were previously muffled by providing them with a platform in which they can report issues or concerns, share common interests and access information vital to excelling in their careers. We strive to create an environment where each individual should want to work for their family, and the family should work for the individual.
The idea for Kutumbita was born in 2015 when founder, Amira Faruq, noticed that there was no easy way for the non-desk population to convey their grievances to the top management particularly in apparel and manufacturing industries. After two years of painstaking product research, design and development, Kutumbita was launched with one view and one view only- empowering and engaging the factory workforce.
A recent graduate from University of York, Soukaina Faruq is responsible for empowering and educating potential Kutumbita customers and guiding the always-growing customer support department. Not a small task for this fast growing company!
Boutaina Faruq is in charge of leading the head office team. She hails from the world of apparel industry; starting at Bangladesh, and not finding that complicated enough, upgraded her game to the global level. This mother of a three-year-old has been instrumental in local deployment of Kutumbita as well.
In today's fast-moving, ever-changing digital era, businesses need technology leaders that can keep up, and engineers and developers are constantly thinking about the future and how technology can drive better business decisions, Gadea says.
With 8 years of web development under his belt, Shafkat has managed projects in just about every language under the sun. What's more impressive is that he’s a self-taught scrum master who thinks without juggling less than five project at a time no one can truly master the art of Zen.
Shahriar brings order from chaos in the Bangladesh office by making sure everything is done on time and with military precision. With his calm and structured nature he backs up the team while it’s busy changing the world.