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CEO Summit Asia 2013 on November 27

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by November 14, 2013 General

Karachi, November 13, 2013 (PPI-OT): CEO of the year award and Book Launch “100 Business Leaders of Pakistan” at CEO Summit Asia 2013 organized by CEO Club and Manager Today is scheduled to be held on November 27, 2013 at Marriot Hotel Karachi”. This year conference theme is “Leadership in Changing World”. It was stated by Manager Today’s Editor in Chief Ijaz Nisar in his statement.

Mr. Ijaz said that, more than 500 Top Entrepreneurs, CEOs, Presidents, MDs, Economists and Business Leaders are participating in this summit. The focus of the event is to share insights regarding growth in turbulent times, belief in Pakistan, consistency in performance, highlighting the essential areas of Economic Growth and Corporate Success for future generations of Business Leaders. The Summit commits thought-provoking sessions, practical guidance and insightful case studies to cover all Business and Entrepreneurial opportunities in Pakistan.

He said that Mamnoon Hussain, President of Pakistan will be the chief guest, while Ahsan Iqbal, Federal Minister, Planning Commission of Pakistan and Anusha Rahman Khan, Minister of State for IT and Telecommunication will be the guest of honor on the occasion. Other speaker includes; Hussain Dawood, Chairman Dawood Hercules Corporation Limited; Muhammed Zubair, Chairman BOI; Shaukat Tareen, Advisor Silk Bank; Jahangir Siddiqui Chairman, JS Bank; Yusuf H. Shirazi – Chairman, Atlas Group; S. M. Muneer – Chairman Din Group of Industries, Vice chairman MCB; Tabish Gohar, Chairman KESC; Atif Bajwa, President and CEO Bank Alfalah; Sirajuddin Aziz, CEO, Habib Metropolitan Bank Ltd; Dr. Ishrat Husain, Dean and Director, IBA Karachi; Shireen Naqvi, CEO SOL; Kimihide Ando, CEO Pakistan Mitsubishi Corporation and President OICCI; Sikander Sultan, Chairman, Shan Foods; Christoph Sprung, Director World Economic Forum; Tariq Malik, Chairman NADRA; Irfan Siddiqui – President and CEO, Meezan Bank Limited; Ali Ansari – President, Engro Corporation; Amjad Parvez Janjua, MD PSO; Walid Irshaid – President and CEO, PTCL; Taher A. Khan – Chairman Interflow; Jahanzeb Qayum Khan, Market Unit GM Pak Beverages PepsiCo; Khalid N Awan, Chairman, TCS; Sikandar Mustafa Khan, Chairman, Millat Group of Companies; Dr. Sohail Naqvi, Vice Chancellor LUMS; Dr. Amjad Saqib, Chairman Akhuwat; Jamshed Iqbal Cheema, Chairman, Auriga Group; Muhammad Zubair Motiwala, Ex. Chairman, Sindh Board of Investment; Faisal Afridi, CEO Ruba Sez Group and Rafiq Rangoonwala – CEO, Cupola Pakistan Ltd. Uzma Bashir, CEO Engage Consulting; Natasha Hussain (Natty); Junaid Iqbal, CEO Elixir Securities and Muhammad Farid Alam, FCA, CEO AKD Securities Limited are the moderator of the event.

Topics of the summit are Leadership in the Changing World; Role of Leadership in Economic Growth of Pakistan; Path to prosperity: Opportunities of Business Growth in Pakistan; Entrepreneurship: Future of Pakistan; Corporate Governance for Growth – New Economic Agenda; Developing Public – Private Partnership to Boost Economic Growth; Future Redefined: Reshaping Priorities; How to fix the Economy?; Thought Leadership in Knowledge Economy(CEO’s Panel Discussion).

Ijaz further said that, this CEO Summit Asia will provide unparalleled opportunities for CEOs and business Icons to engage in dialogue with high profile local and Global leaders to discover business opportunities through networking with CEOs from hundreds of companies, and to forge connections with economic thought leaders from Pakistan and around the region. Based on the proposition that future is something we actively create, not something that happens to us, CEO Summit Asia will explore policy choices and business decisions based on the trends and forces at work in Pakistan and in the region, weighing both opportunities and obstacles that lie ahead.


For more information, contact:
Waseem Abbas
CRS Public Relatinos (Pvt) Ltd.
Cell: 0331-5166609, 0321-2185653

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