British firms urged to invest in Pakistan

British companies have been encouraged to invest in Pakistan as part of the UK government's ongoing program of events to highlight new opportunities.

The webinar "Pakistan Doing Business" took place on 29 April 2021, according to the specifics. It gathered three outstanding panelists who appreciated the assistance of the UK's International Trade Department.

Some prominent people in the webinar included Chief Executive Officer of the Institute of Chartered Management Ann Francke, Chief Advisor of Woodley BioReg Limited Ash Ramzan, and Chief Commercial Omega Díagnostic Jag Grewal. They would like to share their insights and stimulate those who search for their next challenge.

"Pakistan is an exciting market with great potential for the United Kingdom. In Pakistan, we have almost 200 UK companies, and this number is increasing every year," said Olivia Campbell, UK Deputy Chief Commercial Officer and Chairman of the Panel.

"We want to encourage more UK companies to consider Pakistan as their option partner by sharing the experience of UK businesses that have succeeded in this market," added Campbell.

The webinar ended with a question and answer session addressing the obstacles to reach the Pakistani market and all available help for DIT against them.

The webinar focused on UK companies. The event highlighted trade and investment prospects for British companies in Pakistan, given guidance, and discussed services offered by DIT.

British companies have been working and investing in Pakistan for about 197, including leading companies like Mott MacDonald in the growth of infrastructure, Unilever and Reckitt Benckiser in the field of consumer goods, Standard Chartered (SCB) and United Bank Limited (UBL).

UK Export Finance has up to £1.5 billion in export assistance available to Pakistan. This will allow exporters in the UK to win, fulfill and receive export contracts and help purchasers in Pakistan access financing to supply high-quality UK products and services.

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