Business Symposium 14th August 2018

Kensington Conference and Event Centre; The Town Hall Hompton Street London W8 7NX

Symposium Chairs:

 Honourable Lord Duccan McNair Chief Guest

 Honourable Mr. Muffasar Atta Malik President KCCI Special Guest Symposium organizers:

Huner UK Ltd, UKPCCI and Karachi Chamber of Commerce Pakistan

Symposium objective:

The purpose of this business symposium is to invite business community of Pakistan and support them in developing trade links with UK. With this aim, Huner UK in collaboration with Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry and UK-Pakistan Chamber of Commerce & Industry (UKPCCI) has organized a symposium on the National Day of Pakistan. We have invited entrepreneurs from different chambers of Pakistan with Karachi chamber leading the delegation from Pakistan. Our focus in business symposium is to arrange B2B meetings and offer other services related to doing business with UK.

The symposium is intended to provide a platform for Made In Pakistan products and Pakistan Businesses to exchange information and identify research needs in this important area encompassing several bilitrat trade, engineering, mechanical and physical disciplines.

Business Sectors Participating include:

The delegates participating from Pakistan are from the following sectors:

 Honurabale Mr. Sahebzada Ahmed Khan High Commissioner Pakistan UK Guest of Honour

 Honourable Ch. Mohammad Sadeeq President UKPCCI Special Guest

 Leather Industry

 Textile Industry

 Handicrafts

 Gem and Jewellery

 Ceramics and Tile industry

 Construction Industry

 Furniture and Décor Industry

 Agriculture Industry

 Pharmaceutical industry  Surgical instruments

 Sports Industry

 Auto Industry

 Electrical and Home Appliances  Food

Symposium Special:

Pakistan Development Exchange and Hopeman Consultants UK: A social enterprise for smart philanthropy and poverty reduction. This is a state of the art business modal for business to conduct CSR, get connected to the grass root level and fair trade opportunities at the base of the pyramid.

The latest global trends suggested that the bottom of the pyramid is the biggest market, and the businesses should be targeting product development for these segments.