Am Golhar
Am Golhar is a British Sikh Creative Entrepreneur,  Feminist, Presenter, and Influencer who has been recognized by industry leaders including the BBC as an influential woman.
She Is The Founder & Director Of A Vibrant Creative PR Agency Called Abstract PR Which Takes Individuals And Businesses Into Becoming The Go To Sector Influencers.
Her Business Journey Went From Being A Graduate At The Prestigious London’s Art School Central St Martins To Being The First British Asian Female To Do An Exclusive Mens Knitwear Collaboration With ASOS The Largest Online Retailer;  And Then On To Being An International Knitwear Consultant, Manufacturer & Supplier To Blue Chips Such As Harrods And Burberry.
In 2017, Am was selected as a  finalist for the Divas of Colour Entrepreneur of the Year award and was again nominated for the Venus Award. She featured in the BBC Asian Network’s 100 Year Women campaign on ‘What it is is like to be a British Asian women’ and is a regular on the show as a guest speaker on the Ladies First Panel.
Am featured in a High Profile Campaign amongst other British Asian creative influencers in a Holi campaign which went viral and was covered by high profile media such as the BBC and other publications.
She was also invited to host the La Visage, hair and makeup event supporting The Katie Piper Foundation supporting young creative talent. Recently Am joined the young Entrepreneurs panel, a panel of 35 under 35 Powerful Entrepreneurs at The Business Show’s 40th Anniversary attended by an array of over 20,000 individuals.

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