AMPAK Business Development Forum, Adpulse IMC sign MoU – Latest News – The Nation

KARACHI – A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between AMPAK Business Development Forum and Adpulse IMC (Pvt.) Ltd for trade and business development and bilateral cooperation in different sectors.

The MoU was signed by AMPAK BDF Co-Founder and Global Secretary General, Syed Nasser Wajahat, and AdPulse IMC CEO, Khurram Jaffrani. The United States has been one of the main sources of foreign direct investment in Pakistan and remains Pakistan’s main export market. The U.S.-Pakistan trade relationship continues to grow, and the U.S. government supports that relationship by funding reverse trade delegations, business conferences, technical assistance, and business outreach activities.

On this important development, AMPAK BDF Co-Founder and Global Secretary General, Syed Nasser Wajahat, said the MoU seeks to promote development and investment, women’s empowerment and cultural exchanges by collaborating and linking trade delegations, facilitating interaction between potential counterparts from both countries. , ensuring maximum resource utilization. The AMPAK Business Development Forum plays a vital role in strengthening trade and economic ties between the two countries. He pointed out that AdPulse is the prestigious event management and media production company that will produce a 10-minute documentary film showcasing progress in trade development and business growth between the two countries. Wajahat urged the business community and AMPAK members to lend their full support to AdPulse for the production and release of the documentary and upcoming events.

Emphasizing the importance of mutual cooperation and assistance to effectively address the challenges that business organizations are currently facing around the world, AdPulse CEO KhurramJaffrani said that by implementing this agreement, we could benefit from each other in a number of important areas. areas, leading to the promotion of the economic interests of the United States and Pakistan. “I appreciate and commend the relevant partners for reaching this milestone, and I hope the MoU will boost the confidence of Pakistan’s international trading partners by securing bilateral trade between the two countries,” Jaffrani added. The co-founder and president of the Pakistani chapter, Zeeshan Altaf Lohya, and the president of the Pakistani chapter, Imtiaz Hussain, were also present on the occasion.

Melvin B. Baillie