Call to utilise human resource for sustainable business

KARACHI  – Research scholars, educationists, businessmen and industrialist have said that sustainable business can only be achieved by the utilisation of the human resource, conducive environment and political stability.

These views were expressed by the speakers on Friday, at the 6th International Conference on Sustainable Business and Innovations: Challenges and Opportunities in Developing Economies, on the concluding day of the Conference, organised by Greenwich University, in Karachi.

The two-day conference was largely attended by the research scholars, around the globe including East and West Africa, china, Uganda, Spain, Mauritius, USA and Pakistan.

The Academic Partners of the conference is EPSAM Formation University, West Africa, Liaoning University, China, and Victoria University. The Corporate Sponsors of the Conference is OTSUKA.

The main objective of the conference was to provide an opportunity for academicians, research scholars and business professionals from diverse fields to share their research and generate an academic discourse. Constructing common research and practice agenda for developing nations, to meet the global sustainability goals and address the sustainability issues in the society.

Greenwich University organises conferences on various topics. In the past the University has organised various conferences on Energy Crisis Management, Modern Banking Trends, Go Green Movement, CPEC, Role of Micro Finance in the Alleviation of Poverty, Recently we have organized a Conference in our Mauritius Campus, titled Emotional Wellbeing in the Workplace, which was awarded 4 CPD Points from Medical Council of Mauritius.

The conference was addressed by Asghar Reza, Digital Sales Lead-Oracle, Malaysia, Faizan S Syed, CEO, HTV, Muhammad Humair, Associate Director, PWC and Sohaib Sharih.

Later, research papers were presented and panel discussion was held.

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