British business centre drives Pak-UK trade
SALIM AHMED LAHORE—The Lahore office of British Business Centre was inaugurated at the Netsol Technologies Limited head office. The office will be functional from the 15th of July. Chairman and CEO NetSol Technologies Salim Ullah Ghauri CEO is also a director on the Board of the British Business Centre. Waqar Ullah will be the senior international trade advisor for the region. It was inaugurated by the Deputy High Commissioner and UK Trade Champion John A. Tucknott MBE.
The first British Business Centre has also been launched in Karachi, at its new home at the British Deputy High Commission. The centre will work with UK Trade and Investment to help UK and Pakistani companies develop and build business links and opportunities, to help increase trade between the two countries. The opening of the British Business Centre will significantly increase the support available to UK and Pakistani companies. In addition to providing a base for visiting UK companies, the Centre will offer UK and Pakistani member companies’ access to a growing number of services including market research, business opportunity promotion, event management, networking opportunities and bespoke professional and sector specific services.