ICCI signs MoU with RBF to promote trade and export
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Radiant Businessmen Forum (RBF) to promote Pakistan’s trade and exports with foreign countries.
ICCI and RBF agreed to work together to promote business linkages of Pakistani entrepreneurs with foreign counterparts, especially with Turkey and African countries that have huge potential for many Pakistani products.
RBF will provide facilitation services to ICCI for arranging its business delegations meetings with Turkish counterparts, relevant public & private organizations, industrial visits, hotel booking and transportation etc. RBF will also facilitate ICCI for arranging its meetings with companies all over the world for promotion of trade and exports of Pakistan.
Speaking at the occasion, Chief Executive Officer of Radiant Businessmen Forum Salih Demir Pazarci said RBF is working to link Pakistani entrepreneurs with foreign counterparts by means of its partner organizations worldwide. He said RBF will help ICCI members, who were interested in promoting their business at regional and international level, in reaching out to global markets.
He said RBF’s outreach to regional and international business associations would help boost the existing volume of Pakistan’ trade with foreign countries, especially with Turkey and African countries where RBF has strong collaborations with business associations. He assured to work for developing better understanding of Pakistan’s business potential and promote its positive image in the world.
RBP is a partner of Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON) having 52000 members in Turkey and partners’ offices in 135 countries all over the world. RBF has also collaborations with business associations all over the world
At this occasion, President of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry Atif Ikram Sheikh said Pakistan has great potential to promote its exports to various regions of the world and to realize this objective, it was essential to connect Pakistani businessmen with genuine and right counterparts in other countries. He hoped that ICCI and RBF collaboration would go a long way in identifying robust opportunities for promoting Pakistan’s trade and exports with many new countries all over the world.