After appearing in the first series of The Apprentice, Saira Khan has gone on to found Miamoo, a company which specialises in natural skin care products. Saira has been a regular panellist on Loose Women, co-hosted the Money Programme with Martin Lewis, and is regular on Radio 4. Sarah speaks with passion around women in business, Muslims in business and a host of business issues.
Saira Khan is an adept and experienced motivational and keynote speaker. As a renowned sales and motivational expert, Saira has taken the UK by storm since her appearance on The Apprentice. She has gone on to run a successful mother and baby products business, Miamoo and a natural skin products business Fruits of Kashmir. She is also a television presenter, having hosted The Martin Lewis Money Show, Guess The House and been a panellist on Loose Women.Saira has an MA and a BA Hons
Saira has an MA and a BA Hons degree, and has worked in sales for some of the UK’s leading blue chip companies including, United Biscuits, Yell and The Guardian Media Group. Her outstanding performance in The Apprentice has made her one of the most famous saleswoman in the UK.
In 2006 Saira set up the innovative and successful Miamoo - a company providing natural mother and baby products. Saira has secured a happy future for Miamoo. She also launched an organic skin products range in 2016, Fruits of Kashmir.
Saira’s TV experience includes Temper your Temper for BBC1 and a CBBC programme, Beat The Boss. She has presented on BBC 1’s Departure Lounge, The Heaven and Earth Show, Test the Nation, This Week, Desi DNA and Run For Glory - a BBC 1 primetime documentary about the London Marathon. She regularly appears on BBC Breakfast News; The Culture Show; Loose Women; This Week and a BBC Interactive series.
Saira has appeared on ITV’s Jonathan Dimbleby Show, Loose Women, GMTV and The One Show. In addition to guest slots on FIVE’s “Greatest Ever 80’s Movies”, and Sky, Saira has also undertaken numerous radio engagements.
She even appeared on Mastermind Celebrity Edition, and took part in the BBC's Around The World in 80 Days with The Apprentice's Nick Hewer.
Saira even had her own column, 'Saira Sorts it', in the Daily Mirror, and has written her own self-help book.
Straight-talking and passionate, Saira believes that the disadvantages of upbringing can be overcome and that once one recognises and realises their own potential there is no limit to achieving one’s goals and dreams.
Able to speak about self-development, sales training, diversity and entrepreneurialism, Saira is an adept and professional keynote speaker.