Make Pakistan proud: Nominate your company for the AsiaWorldNetwork Pakistan 25

September 14, 2010 at 4:52 pm 4 comments

Are you an entrepreneur whose business is growing fast? Can you benefit from increased exposure to potential investors, business partners, customers and suppliers?

AllWorld Network and Professor Michael Porter of the Harvard Business School, in partnership with JS Bank, P@SHA, FPCCI and TiE Lahore have launched the first ever Pakistan 25, a ranking of the fastest growing private businesses in Pakistan.  Read coverage about the Pakistan 25 in the Daily Times and The Express Tribune.

AllWorld Network and its partners are looking for the most dynamic, fast growing companies in Pakistan – the companies creating the next economy of ideas and jobs. The winners will be published in national and international media. Winners become part of the Asia 500, and will join the AllWorld Network of winners from the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

There are no costs involved, the deadline to apply is September 17, 2010

Learn more about the program at Asia 500 or CLICK HERE TO APPLY to the Pakistan 25.

WHAT IS IN IT FOR COMPANIES?

  • Differentiate your company from thousands of others through your performance.  Winners gain local and international media attention that draws new customers, investors, talent, and opportunities.
  • The top 5 winners from each country are invited to attend the AllWorld Leadership Summit in October at Harvard University and the Pinnacle Institute with fast-growing companies from around the world.
  • Network and build business relationships with leading fast growing companies. In addition, be trained in business strategy and development by the leading academics and successful international entrepreneurs.

QUALIFYING CRITERIA

  • Be an independent, private, for-profit, corporation or partnership, or proprietorship.
  • Must NOT be a non-profit, holding company, franchise, bank or utility company. Private companies established by government or where government is a majority stakeholder are also NOT eligible.
  • Have 6 or more full-time employees in 2009.
  • Have a minimum 3-year operating history, and revenue (USD) of at least $100,000 in 2007 and $500,000 in 2009.
  • Provide audited statements or an audit letter to confirm your company’s revenues.
  • Smaller and younger companies can apply to be recognized as Companies to Watch.

If you have any questions about the program please contact: Ahmad Jalal Director of New Markets and Pakistan 25 l 100, at: ajalal@allworldlive.com

“Being a Saudi Fast 100 winner inspired our team. Our staff sees that their hard work has paid off, our customers are more confident that they are putting their needs in the right hands and our shareholders are proud to be #1.”

– 2009 Saudi Fast Growth 100 #1 company – Secutronic’s co-founders, Mr. Jawad Anwar Ali and Mr. Ihab El     Samannoudi

I would encourage all fast growing businesses in the IT sector to apply. Let us make sure that fast growth companies are recognized locally, regionally and internationally. This is an opportunity that should not be missed.

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. SEO Services Pakistan  |  September 14, 2010 at 6:34 pm

    I wish there would have been at least couple of Pakistani Companies in Asian top 25, there is still a long way to go to meet India.

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  • 3. Jawad Anwar Ali  |  September 16, 2010 at 5:29 am

    Hello Every One.
    Congradulations on making it on the list. I made it to no. 1 in Saudi Arabia and I from Pakistan?

    I am here to support all of you.

    Jawad H. anwar Ali

    Reply
  • 4. Rehan  |  October 22, 2010 at 6:10 pm

    Its a great move to help and promote Pakistan Industry..very Well Done..Mobiles Pakistan

    Reply

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