UK Pakistan virtual business conference on 10th Aug: Javed


Observer Report


The First UK Pakistan Virtual Investment Conference is being organized by UK Pakistan Business Council in which Overseas Pakistani businessmen from United Kingdom, Europe and other countries will take part.
Speaking about the initiative, Chairman UK Pakistan Business Council & Former Ambassador Javed Malik said that, Overseas Pakistani business community remains actively engaged in their efforts to contribute towards Pakistan’s economy and this Virtual Business Conference by UKPBC clearly demonstrates that despite the challenges of the Covid 19 pandemic, UK and Europe based Overseas Pakistani businessmen are making their efforts not pave the way for further expanding and enhancing the business, trade and investment relations between Pakistan and the United Kindgom.
Governor Sindh, Imran Ismail will be the Chief guest of the Conference and will be joined by Mr. Sahibzada Jehnagir Spokesman of the PM on Investment for UK, Saleem Shiekh, President Pakistan Chapter, Mr. Khursheed Barlas and Secretary General Ata ul Haq along with a large number of businessmen from UK, Pakistan and other countries.
While highlighting the efforts of UK Pakistan Business Council, its Chairman Javed Malik said that in our recent board meeting it has been decided that it was vital to ensure that the close economic ties between Pakistan and United Kingdom continue to grow despite the challenges posed by COVID 19. Therefore, a series of virtual business conferences will be organized by UK Pakistan Business Council in association with the relevant government and private sector bodies in Pakistan.
Accordingly officials from UKPBC will be engaging and coordinating with the Board of Investment Pakistan, as well as the provincial boards of investments of all provinces, Chambers of Commerce, leading businessmen and Ministries of trade and commerce in order to finalize proposals for the series of UKPBC conferences, which will be aimed to create opportunities for business communities from United Kingdom and Pakistan to explore new avenues of cooperation in line with the changing trends of doing business in a post Covid business environment.


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