CMACED invited journalists, You Tubers, social media influencers, bloggers and the personalities having their own digital media networks to attend a media meet-up named as “Let’s Meet and Eat to Connect”.
Chaudhry Muhammad Akram Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (CMACED) arranged a media meet-up at Superior Group’s corporate office the other day.
According to the details, CMACED invited journalists, You Tubers, social media influencers, bloggers and the personalities having their own digital media networks to attend a media meet-up named as “Let’s Meet and Eat to Connect”.
The purpose behind organizing the meet-up was to develop a strong community of new media users in this digital era for broadcasting the positive stories of Pakistani youth.
Manager PR and Industry Linkages at Chaudhry Muhammad Akram Center for Entrepreneurship Development, Tabinda Usman briefed the participants about the professional functionality of CMACED.
Afterwards, GM CMACED, Muneeb Ahmed explained the purpose behind organizing the meet-u. He requested the participants to support CMACED in broadcasting the positive side of Pakistan. He invited the participants to be a part of CMACED in the pursuit of an economically prosperous Pakistan.
Public Relations Executive at Chaudhry Muhammad Akram Center for Entrepreneurship Development, Saood Nadeem managed the event and distributed beautiful gifts among the participants.
The participants included senior journalist Muhsen Ali, Daiky Times Web Editor Asim Siddque, Country Today Editor Fraaz Mahmud Kasuri, Lahore Rang anchor Zubair Sajid Dhillon, education reporter (Neo) Rashid Manzoor, crime reporter (Bol) Jabar Waqas, Abdul Waheed (PNN), PR Consultant Shahzad Roshan Gilani, You Tubers Mian Aneeb and Haroon Ikram, social media influencers Samna Kamal and Maryam Imran and Public News anchor Tauseef Ahmad.
CT Editor Fraaz Mahmud Kasuri inspired the participants by sharing his working relationship with CMACED. He was also awarded with a souvenir for being in media partnership with CMACED in its previous projects.
Senior journalist Muhsen Ali appreciated CMACED for arranging a wonderful media meet-up and promised his support for CMACED’s future initiatives.
DT Web Editor Asim Siddique shared his views on the sensitivity of the content while sharing it on news websites. He also extended his support to spread the positive stories of Pakistani youth.
All the participants appreciated CMACED’s initiatives for Pakistani youth and pledged their full support for all the future projects of CMACED.