Jazz has hosted a corporate luncheon in Islamabad on Tuesday, October 30, 2018. The mobile operator arranged this formal specifically for leading figures from private corporations and media fraternity.
This corporate luncheon was Hosted by Jazz’s newly appointed Head of Communications and Sustainability, Aisha Sarwari.
The purpose was to hold a conversation around what it means when people talk about a Digital Pakistan. Moreover to talk about the role of Jazz in ensuring masses benefit from the myriad of solutions on offer by digital technologies and communications.
Jazz Hosted a Corporate Luncheon For Private Corporations & Media Fraternity
After the pulse check activity, Aisha Sarwari gave a brief the audience that how digital technologies have enabled a better world for everyone around us.
The afternoon takes a start with a brief networking session amongst the invitees. A celebrated journalist Amber Shamsi and Ufone’s ex-CEO and current Chairman of Apollo Telecom Abdul Aziz amongst a host of others attended this corporate luncheon.
This grand event was started with a ‘pulse check’ activity. The guests were provided with digital clickers. Ali Ibrahim, Jazz’s Head of Corporate Sustainability guided the guests that how to use the clicker’s. A few multiple choice questions appeared on the screen for the guests to answer. These questions were just to gauge the understanding invitees regarding the Jazz brand.
On the stage, four guests were invited to take part in a panel discussion around Digital Pakistan. These panelists included Omar Jamil, CEO – Latitude, Amber Shamsi, Host/Anchor – Hum News, Syed Ayaz, Group Account Director – Syntax Communications and Sadia Khurrum, Chief Customer Experience Officer – Jazz
After a thorough discussion that how digital has changed each panelist’s career enabling them to do more and what needs to be done next to ensure people are able to better communicate in a fast-evolving world.
Two startups- DeafTawks and Chiefling Tales were called on stage under the guidance of Jazz’s technical experts at the National Incubation Center.
Jazz’s Chief Digital Officer Aamer Ejaz also gave a brief presentation to the audience on Jazz’s digital endeavors.
At the end of the event, the students from Islamabad Model School for Girls were invited on stage. They also talked about how Jazz Smart School has been able to ensure more students have fun while learning.
This Jazz Corporate Luncheon gave a chance to industry stakeholders to network and discuss that how can they all play their role in leading the country forward in an increasingly digital economy.