The First UK Pakistan Virtual Investment Conference is being composed by UK Pakistan Business Council in which Overseas Pakistani business people from the United Kingdom, Europe, and different nations will participate.
Talking about the activity, Chairman UK Pakistan Business Council and Former Ambassador Javed Malik said that, Overseas Pakistani business network remains effectively occupied with their endeavors to contribute towards Pakistan’s economy and this Virtual Business Conference by UKPBC unmistakably exhibits that in spite of the difficulties of the COVID 19 pandemic, the UK and Europe based Overseas Pakistani representatives are putting forth their attempts not make ready for additional extending and upgrading the business, exchange and speculation relations among Pakistan and the United Kingdom.
Lead representative Sindh, Imran Ismail will be the Chief visitor of the Conference and will be joined by Mr. Sahibzada Jehnagir Spokesman of the PM on Investment for the UK, Saleem Shiekh, President Pakistan Chapter, Mr. Khursheed Barlas and Secretary-General Ata ul Haq alongside countless agents from UK, Pakistan and different nations.
While featuring the endeavors of UK Pakistan Business Council, its Chairman Javed Malik said that in our ongoing executive gathering it has been concluded that guarantee that the nearby monetary ties among Pakistan and the United Kingdom keep on developing in spite of the difficulties presented by COVID 19. In this way, a progression of virtual business meetings will be composed by UK Pakistan Business Council in relation to the pertinent government and private division bodies in Pakistan.
As authorities informed that UKPBC will be connecting with and planning with the Board of Investment Pakistan, just as the commonplace sheets of ventures, all things considered, Chambers of Commerce, driving representatives and Ministries of exchange and trade so as to settle recommendations for the arrangement of UKPBC meetings, which will be expected to make open doors for business networks from the United Kingdom and Pakistan to investigate new roads of collaboration in accordance with the changing patterns of working together in a post-COVID business condition.