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PSEB actively promotes Pakistan IT Industry globally
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PSEB actively promotes the brand image of the Pakistan IT Industry globally. For this purpose, participation of member companies is arranged in numerous trade fairs and exhibitions throughout the world. Participating companies have benefited from these trade fairs on a number of different occasions.

Country focused events were successfully conducted in UK (London, Manchester and Glasgow) and Ireland (Dublin). These events were arranged and implemented with the collaboration of UK IT Industry, Pakistan's High Commission in UK, Ireland Pakistan Business Council, Enterprise Ireland, Pakistan High Commission in Dublin, Ireland and various other local partners.

As a continuation of these positive efforts, PSEB has organized mini events in USA in collaboration with the Texas Trade Council (TTC), Organization of Pakistani Entrepreneurs in North America (OPEN), Embassy of Pakistan in USA and various other local partners.

These mini events will comprise of receptions and business networking meetings with the leading business professionals, Chambers of Commerce and the top IT companies in USA. These mini events are directed towards fostering trade collaboration with the US IT Industry.

The focal objectives of conducting Mini Events, USA are:
a) Promoting the incentives and opportunities present in the IT sector of Pakistan
b) Foster business collaboration
c) Learn from the successful experiences of the counterparts
d) Enable the Pakistani companies to expand their presence
e) Encourage the foreign companies to open development/competency centers in Pakistan.

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