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Google publishes white-paper encouraging global businesses to expand into Pakistan

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Head of Customer Marketing, Lars Anthonisen, South Asia Google, trusts that Pakistan is growing as a key digital first nation that can never again be ignored by foreign Business.

In a blog post published on think with Google, a content stage that that has professional analysis for e-commerce and digital branding for the Asia Pacific. Anthonisen writes on five reasons organizations ought to extend their advanced methodology to Pakistan.

Anthonisen has hopes that Pakistan offers various open doors for brands to reach and draw in with customers who may have been ignored. Quoting numbers for portable and broadband penetration, he fabricates a case for Pakistan as an economy fueled by SMEs and the public that has the possibility to become one of the biggest audience in the world.

Here are the reasons Anthonisen beliefs that global investor should focus around Pakistan.

  1. Pakistan is set to develop the fifth biggest population in the world.

Anthonisen quotes Worldometers insights and tells that Pakistan has more than 202 million population that are to be potential online buyers. With a noteworthy population living in urban areas, Pakistan can develop as a key target market in the region.

  1. The nation’s fast developing economy is driven by business enterprise

In July 2018, Security Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) enlisted more than 1000 organizations, indicating that SMEs are driving the nation’s economy. Distinguished as one of the fourth fasting developing economy in the world and the best rising economy in South Asia, Pakistan has 90 percent of organizations enlisted as SMEs. Anthonisen advises that these private ventures add to 40 percent of the nation’s GDP.

  1. The number of smartphone users is consistently increasing

As smartphones turn out to be effectively available and spending plan inviting, more Pakistanis are picking cell phone users. Right now, the nation has 59 million cell phone users in Pakistan and more than 83 percent are Android users. With the most pocket-accommodating data prices in the world, Pakistan is seeing the development of mobile application use.

  1. Pakistan’s web penetration keeps on developing

Earlier this year, Pakistan’s web penetration crossed 50 million users and right now remains at 30 percent. While the rate is low, the digital consumption keeps on developing. Anthonisen tells that YouTube watch time in Pakistan has developed more than 60 percent over the most recent three years.

  1. China is investing in development projects over Pakistan

China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is the biggest Chinese investments in a foreign country. One of the most important projects of CPEC is to connect more Pakistanis to the internet through 820 kilometers of fiber-optic link. Anthonisen additionally mentions to the ventures of China Mobile in the extension for 3G and 4G.

Anthonisen concludes is discoveries by urging global business to connect with small companies and help them scale. He says,

“As enthusiasm in the country increases, infrastructure investments will minimize barriers to internet access and data speed pushing more people into the digital space and presenting endless opportunities for your brand.”

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