The World Economic Forum (WEF) has agreed to provide technology training to Pakistanis and prepare them for future jobs, including e-commerce.
According to a statement issued by Mishal Pakistan, the World Economic Forum has reached an agreement with Extreme Commerce, a Pakistani e-commerce training institute, to train the Pakistani people in technology and prepare them for jobs in the global market.
The agreement aims to provide digital training to Pakistanis, especially young people, on how to do business and economics online, including e-commerce.
According to a report by the World Economic Forum, in this era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, it is only possible to get jobs in the global market with digital skills, and 91% of businesses around the world need millions of trained people over the next 5 years.
Under the agreement with the World Economic Forum, the Pakistani company Extreme Commerce will provide training to Pakistani individuals and especially youth in at least 50 different digital courses.
According to Extreme Commerce, more than 500,000 Pakistanis will be given more than 50 digital business courses in the next three years, through which the trainees will be able to do business in the style of large e-commerce companies.
Trainees will be able to work abroad and in partnership with multinational companies.
In addition to the project, the World Economic Forum is providing support to the government and other private institutions in other areas.