Our Competitive Edge – Our People’s Passion and Diversity

We shout out for Unity under Diversity!

Diversity and Passion are the two things that make Stylo a fun place to work. We have a dynamic workforce coming from all walks of life and ethnicities working together as one big family. Our people are enthusiastic and passionate about their work which helps them to excel in what they do. Miscellany is at the core of our organization. We believe in a workforce that is an amalgamation of varied capabilities and brings experiences from a diverse set of backgrounds. This, along with being a National company with the largest retail network in the country gives Stylo its competitive edge.

At Stylo we strive in providing equal opportunities to all our employees regardless of gender, creed or ethnicity. Our organization is a learning organization where everyone is open to new innovations and ideas. This encourages its people to bring something extra to their plate and contribute in creating overall business success.

Adding more to the plate, we welcome our newest family members with open arms and work for a culture that brings diversity, empowerment and acceptability to change.

Our Story

Today Stylo has become one of the most recognized names in Pakistani footwear industry and has no intention of slowing down. Stylo has around 140 brand outlets in more than 50 cities in Pakistan. An ISO 9001-2000 certified company, the brand never has, nor ever will compromise on quality. A large part of Stylo’s successful journey as a reputable brand has been its ability to stay on top of the trends in a mercurial market. The brand has become quick at anticipating changes in fashion and catering to them with unparalleled swiftness.

A young man from Lahore, Mr. Azhar Hussian Siddiqui, took up a job as a shoe salesmen in Lahore’s famous Anarkali bazaar. His hard work and honesty gained him popularity amongst his team and other salesmen. His good reputation earned him job opportunities at other stores, but being a visionary, Mr. Siddiqui started his own business in 1974 under the name of Bano Chapal with Rs. 174 only. His sincere commitment to his work started paying off and the vision gradually turned into a success story.