Rabya Moosani of BakeSpy

by Zainab Nasir

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Rabiya Moosani of BakeSpy

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What drives you?(What makes you so passionate about your work)
I'm passionate about making a difference, whether I am working on my cakes or on any other stuff. When I am involved with a project, I want to do my best to achieve success and I firmly believe in this one quote: "Whatever you do, do it the way nobody else can." That is how I wish to make difference that is how I am making a difference.

How did you get here and how long have you been in this profession (or been doing what you do)?
I am a 20-year-old business student. I run a small baking venture called the "BakeSpy" ever since I was 18. I am passionate about baking and cooking, I seem to have grown up with a taste for cooking. I took several cake decorating courses and then began to make cakes, and posting them over my Facebook page… before I knew it orders started flooding in.

What has been your vision and what do you most love about your work?
It is my vision to transform my life’s journey from ‘Living’ to ‘Winning’! And the thing I love most about my work is it makes me feel relaxed and energized and I guess this is how it feels when your passion becomes your profession.

What do you think is your biggest achievement throughout your professional journey?
I consider this small business venture of mine as my biggest achievement. It has always been a pleasure to have your customers tell you that you rocked their celebrations. Most people get surprised when they hear I am 20, which kind of makes me even happier.

What are your current projects and what do you plan on doing in the near future?
I am a person loaded with plans and ideas all the time, I want to explore every realm of baking and cooking possible and trust me when I say I am on it!

A word of advice you would like to pass on to other women struggling with their startups?
I would like to say “You can do anything, if you start right now!

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