Following Uber and Careem, Facebook Aims to Collaborate With KP Govt

Following Uber and Careem, Facebook has also called on the KP provincial government for potential collaboration.

KP’s Finance Minister Taimoor Saleem Khan Jhagra made this announcement on his social media handles yesterday.

Jhagra said that a delegation from Facebook came to Peshawar for a visit. They wanted to discuss a potential partnership for improving business opportunities in the province.

He mentioned that Facebook has agreed to collaborate with the KP government to train the country’s young entrepreneurs and businessmen.

For this, the social media giant will conduct training and consultation sessions with the business community of KP and highlight the importance of having a robust online presence.

Facebook will be closely working with the KP Government to provide training to the business community and young entrepreneurs, teaching them different Facebook Tools.

The minister said that the world’s biggest social networking site will hold an inaugural event in Peshawar soon.

  • Facebook hired a local rep in Pakistan couple of years back Badar Khushnood. But later they found out that all his credentials were nothing but fraud that he was stating to be a Google employee; so they fired him within a month of his hiring. After that they issued as a policy not to hire any local rep and operate from MEA region HQ.

    • Wait everyone thought that guy was Google’s rep. You’re saying he wasn’t? How did he fool so many people?

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