Significance of digitization highlighted at ‘The Future Summit’


The fifth edition of Pakistan’s largest corporate event ‘The Future Summit’ organized by the Nutshell Group in collaboration with the Martin Dow Group concluded at a local hotel today in Karachi.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on CPEC Affairs, Khalid Mansoor while addressing The Future Summit said “During the initial stage of CPEC, power was too expensive because of the furnace fuel cost which could directly hit country’s Balance of Payment.”

SAPM Khalid Mansoor also emphasized that CPEC is not China centric. From their view point, it is all about regional connectivity.

Apart from China, Special Economic Zones open to entire world. We will soon hold international conference on CPEC significance.

PM aide on CPEC Affairs Khalid Mansoor further said that by 2030, China Pakistan Economic Corridor project will open countless doors of foreign investment in Pakistan that will benefit the country’s economy. As already, not only China but also other countries and business leaders across the globe are giving enormous attention to this multi- faceted and magnanimous project of mega development.

Addressing on the second day of The Future Summit, Douglas Corley, Founder DHB Global and CEO, Alaunius Technologies and Global Panel Member, MIT Technology Review said that during the severe wave of corona virus pandemic, three pillars have gained excessive importance which are government vs governance, rebuilding trust and adapt to drive business with continuity.

He also said that the role of technology is indispensable to mitigate the impact of Covid whereas it is the primary responsibility of the leadership to ensure safe products.

In line with what’s coming next, Douglas also highlighted merger of healthcare with climate change innovation, date rush and the influence of crypto currency in the future.”

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