SMEs urged to benefit from SME tool kit online portal


KARACHI: The Union of Small and Medium Enterprises (UNISAME) has felicitated Bank Alfalah Ltd for launching the first SME Tool Kit in Pakistan in collaboration with the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank group, for the benefit of the SME sector at a local club in Lahore afternoon.

President UNISAME thanked Javed Iqbal head of SME division and appreciated the initiative to introduce “Non Financial Advisory Services” to the entrepreneurs in Pakistan. This is an online portal which provides value additional resources including business advice, local and global best practices, opportunities and challenges to both existing and potential SMEs in Pakistan.

Thaver said the SME sector is very optimistic that this will be another step by Alfalah Bank to sustainably support the SME segment in Pakistan through introducing holistic, bespoke solutions which are vital to the success and development of our economy.

Javed Iqbal stated that this is in alignment with the growing emphasis on developing and promoting the SME sector in Pakistan.

UNISAME has urged the SMEs to benefit from the SME Tool Kit online portal for best solutions and seek online information and help for sharpening their skills.

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