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Each time you receive feedback on a product or service, it can be used to improve your business. Information about a bad meal should be the basis for ensuring that the next meal is better. Every time you make (or fail to make) a sale, you have an opportunity to learn something either positive or negative from your customer. Here's how to take full advantage of the opportunity.

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Video Tutorials


Learn to better manage the financials of your business by watching our interactive videos on various accounting and finance topics.

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Trade Flows

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A simplified Export Flow process to develop understanding regarding the steps required during exporting from Pakistan.  Read more...readMore.png

 

 

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Import Flow

The import process flow explaining all the steps required for a company to engage in importing acitivities.  Read more...readMore.png

Partnership for Access to Finance

Bank Alfalah and USAID to Provide Access to Credit for SMEs

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Under the “US Pakistan Partnership for Access to Credit” initiative, Bank Alfalah has partnered with The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to provide financial services to Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) across Pakistan. 

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