Pak-US Expo 2006

New Jersey: A grand exposition of Pakistani products and services, which will include a fashion show and a musical extravaganza, is being organized by a New Jersey based business group ‘Mamosa.’
Called the Pak-US Expo 2006, the trade-cum-cultural exposition is scheduled for May 31 thru June 4, 2006, and promises to be an extremely grand presentation of Pakistan’s traditional and growing trade, economic ties with the United States.
More details of the expo are available at its website:
Post 9/11, Pakistan and USA became close allies in the war against terrorism, leading to growing opportunities for both the countries in several areas. Over the years, several new Pakistani products and services have emerged and need to be effectively presented for export to the movers and shakers of the United States’ buying and consumer industry, says the group President r Irshad Salim.
For example, along with textile, leather, sports goods, marble, new and robustly emerging exportable goods and services like engineered products and services, Research & Development, IT, Publishing, BPOs, Call Centers, Fashion, are yet to be aggressively marketed in the United States, says Mr. Salim
Along with that, there is also a need to present Pakistan’s social, cultural, fashion and entertainment industries which are growing faster than one could imagine and need to be brought in sync with world standards and high demands, adds Salim.
The Pak-US Expo 2006, will be held at the NJ Exposition Center, also called The Raritan Expo, centrally located in New Jersey, USA. The exhibitors will be provided two days to se up their booths and prepare their exhibits for the expo.
A food exhibition on the last day of the Expo is also being contemplated but has not been finalized yet, says Mr. Salim.
Efforts are also being made to invite prominent Pakistani personalities to the Expo. “We shall be approaching President Musharraf and Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz to attend the show, but lets’s see if we can succeed in that or not,” says Mr. Irshad Salim.





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