Working since 2018

About Connectivity Consortium

Incorporated in Pakistan under Companies Act, 2017 Connectivity Consortium (Private) Limited aims to carry on the business of rendering consultancy services and pragmatic solutions in general with focus on, Market and Industry Research, Micro and Small Business Development and Entrepreneurship,  Special Economic Zones, Reviving of existing Industrial Estates/Zones, Global Production and Value Chain Networks, Strategic Planning, Project Management, Institutional Development, Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) projects, HR Capacity building projects for Human Capital Accumulation, and Other ancillary services to the Government, Donors, International, multilateral, bilateral institutions, Academia, Individuals, Firms, Companies, Bodies, Trusts, Non-government organizations, Associations and like. We are human network of networks.

“Twenty first century is all about connectivity.”

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Our Advisors

M. Abdul Hannan, CEO

CEO

Dr Fahd Amjad

Director

Dr. Ahasn Abbas

Director

Mr. Kashif Owaisi

Director

Our mission

To add value in industrial and business growth

Our vision

To incentivize and connect virtuous circles of inclusive businesses.

Our values

  • Logic of collective action
  • Professionalism
  • Research and Sustainability
  • Focus on Regions and Sectors

History of firm

History suggests that it is only when manufacturing begins to yield dividends in terms of a boost to exports, and a trained workforce, that it becomes feasible for an economy to diversify into high-end services like finance or hi-tech communications.  What has happened in Pakistan is that the economy seems to be moving from agriculture to low-end services, mainly retail and wholesale trade, which essentially do not require significant investment of capital or a skilled workforce. The problem is that the growth of such low-end services is restricted if purchasing power in the economy is limited. And purchasing power will not increase if the workforce is not trained to work in higher-value commodity producing sectors. Essentially, the commodity-producing sectors (both agriculture and manufacturing) have to generate enough of a surplus to sustain services. Connectivity Consortium came into existence to help enhance industrialization in Pakistan.