KWCCIM inks MOUs with ISB, RWP, LHR, Multan Chamber of Commerce

Nazli Abid Nisar urges get rights of women entrepreneurs

Karachi, August 23, 2022: Founder President of Karachi Women Chamber of Commerce & Industry Malir (KWCCIM), Former VP Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI) Nazli Abid Nisar has signed Memorandum of Understanding agreements (MOUs) with Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce, Rawalpindi Women Chamber of Commerce, Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Multan Chamber of Commerce & Industry. The aim was to promote trade & industry, support in organizing trade exhibitions and provide equal business opportunities to women entrepreneurs.

A delegation of women entrepreneurs headed by Nazli Abid Nisar made a goodwill visited the Women Chambers of Punjab and Federal Area, FPCCI Capital Office Islamabad, Regional Office Lahore, Women’s Chamber Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Women Chamber Lahore, Women Chamber Multan, Women Chamber Bahawalpur, Women Chamber, and had meetings with officials, members of Women’s Chamber Islamabad, Rawalpindi

The purpose of the visits was to struggle together to solve the current poor economic conditions and the problems faced by business women. Leader of the Women’s Chamber Hina Mansab appreciated the work of Nazli Abid Nisar. The delegation included SVP Karachi Women’s Chamber Afzala Shaheen, Farzana Khan and others.

Nazli Abid Nisar, while talking to the officials and members of various chambers, discussed important issues in the meetings with the chambers of Punjab and Federal Area. In particular, it was agreed to cooperate closely in organizing IT sessions, training programs and exhibitions along with close links between all chambers and businesswomen.

“Women should get equal business opportunities in every sector. The skills of women working from home are amazing but they do not get their due so now is the time to provide equal business opportunities and benefits to all”, she said.

Nazli Abid urged women entrepreneurs to come forward in the fields of trade and industry. The business community is the fourth pillar of the country and the business community of Pakistan should work together to improve the current economic conditions of the country.

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