UKPCCI was established in 1979 and has the honour of being recognised by the governments of the UK and Pakistan; it is growing quickly with the efforts of its dedicated members and Executive Committees.
The Board of Directors of the UKPCCI consists of business professionals from various sectors and industries, each of them dedicated to achieving the central objective of increasing trade and investment between the UK and Pakistan. The Chamber is run by a professional team of Directors, and led by the dedicated President; regular meetings of the members take place at their head office in London.
The Chamber also offers networking opportunities with visiting ministers, senior bureaucrats, business professionals and young achievers. The UKPCCI regularly holds functions for overseas delegations and government officials, and is proud to provide a platform to facilitate trade with the overseas Pakistani business community.
The UKPCCI has grown considerably, and is pleased to achieve recognition and honour amongst the vast business community in the United Kingdom. The Board of Directors are committed to achieving the aims and objectives of the Chamber, and are looking forward to the growing opportunities in the future.
A Message from the President
“UK Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry was established in 1984 with the aim of promoting trade and investment between the UK and Pakistan. Since then, has grown considerably to become a highly recognised entity in various business circles in both regions, as well as being recognised by the respective governments regarding efforts to boost trade.
UKPCCI provides excellent B2B networking opportunities for its members with high profile events in London. It arranges seminars, symposiums and workshops on emerging business techniques, business models, innovative ideas and e-commerce. The UKPCCI encourages empowerment and assists female entrepreneurs in participating in national and international economic activities through its platform. The organisation welcomes businessmen, entrepreneurs and young professionals to make the UKPCCI a more vibrant body, and to meet emergent challenges in the constantly evolving business world.”