BrightSpyre’s Participation in Pak-China Business Forum 2015

3rd Pak-China Business Forum (PCBF) was held from 27th of March to 30th March 2015, at the capital’s Pak-China Friendship Center. It was successfully organized by Comsats University Islamabad.

This forum is Pakistan’s one of the most valuable forum where Chinese companies and entrepreneurs interact directly with Pakistani companies, entrepreneurs and students. Many MoUs were signed in every Pak-China Business Forum and opens up many gates of trading and business opportunities for both the countries. It was estimated that more than 30,000 footprints, from different nationalities, have been recorded at the 3 day event of 2015.

BrightSpyre was also one of the proud participant of the forum and our team got the chance to explore endless opportunities. Our main achievements were as follows:

  • Free face-to-face career counselling of thousands of students and young professionals.
  • CV collection from number of final year students.
  • Business to business meetings with local organizations.
  • Signed MoU’s from a few Chinese companies that are based in Pakistan.

BrightSpyre is now actively taking part in B2B meetings and other HR platforms to not only help people in bridging their future opportunities but also helping clients to provide the best possible hiring and business solutions.

Here are a few images taken at the event:

Pak-China friendship Center Islamabad Pakistan

Pak-China friendship Center Islamabad Pakistan

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BrightSpyre's Stall at Pak-China Friendship Center 2015

BrightSpyre’s Stall at Pak-China Friendship Center 2015

BrightSpyre's Stall at Pak-China Friendship Center

BrightSpyre’s Stall at Pak-China Friendship Center

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2 thoughts on “BrightSpyre’s Participation in Pak-China Business Forum 2015

  1. I would say a successful effort to bring at one platform the business sector of the two countries. Lot to offer to Chinese firms and lot to learn and gain from them. Uncovering the technological gaps among the two nations. Creating opportunities to plan and invest in new sectors.

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