Former BA (Hons) in Marketing student, Pamela Uddin, a candidate on Series 10 of “The Apprentice”, has launched her own business which aims to support the needs of people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities.
The Pamela Uddin Consultancy is a social enterprise that will focus its work on providing advice to schools and businesses, in both the public and private sector. The goal is simple- helping to realise the potential of people with dyslexia and stammers.
These are both areas that Pamela can speak about from personal experience. She went through primary and a large part of Secondary School as an undiagnosed dyslexic and battled confidence issues caused by a stammer.
Having worked for a number of market leading businesses already and experienced life in Lord Sugar’s Boardroom, Pamela’s career may still be in the early stages, but she isn’t lacking in experience or self-belief. She now wants to share this and believes through the Pamela Uddin Consultancy, she can make a real difference.
Commenting on the launch of her own business, Pamela said, “I believe that currently, the business world does very little to support people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities. Through my own personal experience of working for some of the UK’s leading companies, I believe I can help forge sustainable environments that will allow employee to really shine.”
“I am excited to launch the Pamela Uddin Consultancy and I am looking forward to making a difference in an area I care passionately about.”