Octara hosts first event under its ‘Quadrability’ initiative

Octara, Pakistan’s leading training solutions provider in collaboration with Expothon, a Canadian think-tank on innovative excellence, conducted a marathon debate session under their ‘Qudarability’ initiative aimed at developing solutions to boost the country’s mid-size business economy.

The event titled, ‘The Octara Debates,’ is exclusively designed for Pakistan’s business owners, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs to delve into issues pertinent to the mobilization of mid-size businesses, impact of free technologies on businesses, image building and value generation, techno calamity and global-age skills, innovative excellence, and entrepreneurialism in Pakistan, among others.

A total of 30 VIP panellists engaged in thought-provoking debates as part of the 12-hour program. The program was live telecast online to 50,000 midsized businesses and other trade bodies in Pakistan.

The niche program featured a number of international and local subject matter experts and eminent business leaders including Naseem Javed, Chairman Expothon, Jamil Janjua CEO Octara, Jamil Ahmed Khan, Ambassador of Pakistan to Libya, Zahoor Motiwala, CEO at AGVEN Pvt. Ltd., Imran Jattala, Co-founder and CEO meraPaisa. Her Royal Highness Princess Dr. Nisreen El-Hashemite also graced the occasion with her participation.

Talking about the program, Naseem Javed said, “We are thrilled to have commenced the Quadrability movement in Pakistan.  Our ambition is to engage today’s forward-thinking business leaders in platforms where they are able to analyze current business scenarios and really compare these with international standards to devise and incorporate strategies for improvement.”

CEO of Octara, Jamil Janjua commented, “It is an honor for us to be leading this movement of change at a time where a new vision of Pakistan is being discussed. This is part of our endeavor to support the nation toward economic prosperity and betterment.”

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