CPIC has launched a mega bus campaign in central London to promote the booming port city of Gwadar as ‘Asia’s Emerging Trade Capital’.
Hundreds of buses will traverse the streets of Central London displaying the slogan ‘Gwadar – Asia’s Emerging Trade Capital’. This follows the massive success of the ‘Gwadar – The Gateway to Emerging Pakistan’ and ‘Prosperous Pakistan’ campaigns previously displayed on buses in central London as part of the effort to promote Gwadar and Pakistan as a safe investment place.
Founding board member Zeeshaan Shah said: “Our campaigns have reached millions of people across the globe, causing quite the rise in interest in Gwadar. The recent Saudi announcement of investment in oil refinery in Gwadar in the tune of $10 billion USD shows how the world has started taking Gwadar seriously. Central London is the financial hub of the world, it’s a global stage where the most prominent and influential world leaders from both business and politics converge. There can be no better place than London to highlight Pakistan and that’s exactly what we are doing.”
Commenting on Pakistan’s significance as a future investment hub Shah also said: “There are so many opportunities in Pakistan. We want to show to the world that Pakistan is open for investment. Our message to the international investors is to come and explore opportunities in Pakistan. As a foreign company we have successfully invested in Gwadar and this can be taken as a blue print for investors worldwide. We will be delivering the first phase of our first project International Port City in a month.”
CPIC are leading the market in terms of global awareness about Gwadar. International Port City will be the first major private sector development to be handed over in Gwadar’s history with the handover of the first plots to occur in less than a month. Millions of people have been directly impacted through our mega campaigns – for example, the CPIC Pak Tour in which we led a team of international social media influencers on a tour across Pakistan, so they could see the true essence of the country for themselves and spread the truth about Pakistan to the rest of the world.