At Telenor Pakistan, Unilever has left digital access to digital services, digital financial solutions, digital products and skills enhancement in Pakistan after digital and financial inclusion in Pakistan.
Through this collaboration, both companies will integrate their experience in the telecommunications and consumer goods industry to build a digital inclusive ecosystem. The purpose of this partnership is to rethink how they managed to comfort businesses, harness the power of technology and great data and provide security to retailers and create a seamless buying experience for consumers.
Unilever & Telenor Pakistan Partner to Improve Digital Inclusion in Pakistan
Together, the two companies are planning to launch cashless models, transforming the access of small and medium traders to capitalizing, identifying and generating livelihoods and the standard of life in less accessible and remote areas. to collect. As socially responsible organizations, both Unilever and Telenor Pakistan are also committed to building a platform to bring the workforce with disabilities to the forefront and promote a more diverse and inclusive workforce.
Shazia Syed, President and CEO, Unilever Pakistan, highlighted
The merger of our expertise promises a highly disruptive and scalable approach for the accelerated digitization of Pakistan. In line with the government’s vision for a more digital economy, we aim to empower all those who are part of our value chain, including distributors, sellers, consumers and ultimately the larger communities that we work in.
Irfan Wahab Khan, director of Emerging Asia and CEO of Telenor Pakistan, added:
As the country’s leading digital services provider, Telenor Pakistan is fully geared to impact and transform various sectors of the economy and empower the masses. Through our partnerships with Unilever, we aim to bring together our respective strategic advantages to lay the ground for a digitally and socially inclusive Pakistan, which is in line with our purpose of connecting people to what matters most to them. We believe in the value of collaborative business models which is instrumental for the rapid adoption of innovative technologies and a faster shift towards a digitally-enabled national infrastructure to cater to those needs.
Sardar Abubakr, Digital and Strategy Telenor Pakistan director, added: “In today’s age, you should look beyond our traditional lens when we think of associations: the actual break to the benefit of the client’s often occurs when related industries arise, But otherwise, “take advantage of unique sets of skills and competencies for society, which is precisely the purpose of Telenor and Unilever to empower this partnership.”