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Opening ceremony of the exhibition will be addressed by the president of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce
The Retail Innovation Summit and Exhibition "Rise 2022" will be held on March 19 in Karachi to bring consumer awareness and further innovation in the retail sector in collaboration with Retailer Pakistan and Hamdard University.
The opening ceremony of the exhibition will be addressed by Irfan Iqbal Sheikh, President of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Anjum Nisar, Chairman of Businessmen Panel, Rana Tariq, President of China Store Association, Prof. Dr Shabib-ul-Hassan, Vice-Chancellor of Hamdard University and Muhammad Ejaz Tanveer, CEO of Retailer Pakistan.
Read More: Exhibition highlights abuses in Kashmir
The retail sector is rapidly growing in Pakistan, a country with a population of 220 million, in which the process of providing innovative products and services to the customers under one roof has to be made possible.
Digitization and new retail formats give consumers new choices and create jobs for the younger generation. This is the perfect time to engage with retail sector gurus and professionals to make this journey more competitive and customer-centric.
Published in The Express Tribune, March 16th, 2022.
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