Raja Amer Iqbal
The Rawalpindi Region has always been quite active in terms of economic activities as being a part of Ancient Silk Route and it’s still the largest economic city of the Northern Part of Pakistan. And in days to come, China-Pakistan Economic Corridor will boost its value even more. The 4th phase of CPEC is mainly about the establishment of Industrial Zones with which Potohar Region will be benefitted directly and this will help to eradicate unemployment and consequently poverty.
RCCI is devoted to promote trade through B2B and C2C meetings in order to facilitate the members and provide benefits for the business community. In this regard, under project of PACTs, a research conference is to be held in Dushanbe in near future to promote trade with these landlocked countries. RCCI has always cherished new horizons whether it’s related to different business sectors like IT with ICT awards, admiring the endeavors of Ambassadors to develop trade liaisons, congregate all Chambers of Commerce & Industries of Pakistan on one platform to form a unified policy and many more.
We must understand that the dynamics of business are changing and the corporate culture has emerged. I deem that it is Chamber’s foremost function to advocate & contribute inputs orchestrating the Trade related Policies of the Country by raising our voice serving the needs of Business Community. Whether the policy is regarding the Trade, Textile, I.T., Health, Energy and Industry etc.
As I have been elected President RCCI; I vow that what may come, me and my team will stand with our members in resolving their business issues. With a strong commitment to our Mission, Vision and Values, the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce & Industry will continue to be a strong advocacy forum for business. I invite every business individual & organization to our esteemed platform for considering positive & salubrious inputs to have constructive business environment ramification on regional business climate. I look forward to work with all stakeholders of economy.
Khawaja Abdul Rashid
Senior Vice President
Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry
39A – Mayo Road, Civil Lines, Rawalpindi – 46000 (Pakistan)
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With all the humbleness and a sense of gratefulness to Allah Almighty; I am thankful to all my seniors and members of Executive Committee for posing confidence in me and giving me an opportunity to serve as Senior Vice President of this esteemed Chamber for the year 2016-2017.
During my Tenure as Vice President of RCCI in 2009-10, I came to understand many things regarding the systemic approach of the Chamber as well as the needs of the business community and henceforth I feel gratified for the opportunity to utilize my experience for the betterment of the business community. The Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry is committed to provide unique services to the Entrepreneurs, Private Sector and Global Investors; serving them to realize their individual dreams and vision. Our strength lies in our ability to work together, we unite you to join us in our quest to build a stronger and more prosperous community. Invest in yourself, your business and your community by becoming involved in the chamber activites. We welcome your participation.
Advocacy is one of the role chamber plays. We work hard to understand the issues affecting your business, and we lobby on your behalf to all levels of government.We welcome your feedback and look forward to hearing from you during the year.
Asim Mahmood Malik
Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry
39A – Mayo Road, Civil Lines, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
UAN: +92-51-111 722 475 | Tele: +92 51 5111050 | FAX +92 51 5111055
It is an honor for me to be elected as Vice President of Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the year 2016-17. I would dedicate my efforts to serve the business community by facilitating them in doing businesses. I aim to continue the legacy of RCCI by doing market research, organizing of business events, trainings and seminars, and trade exhibitions at both national and international level so as to serve the business community specifically the businessmen of Rawalpindi Region. We, as a team, will be exploring the existing trade potential of the region and will try to dig out new avenues of growth and progress for the region. We will be addressing the issues and concerns being raised by our businessmen from every sector and will negotiate it with the Government through different channels. I would like to take this opportunity and serve our country by playing my role in the development of the economy of Pakistan.