Extreme Commerce wants Pakistanis to invest in e-commerce and with their Billion Dollar Pakistan vision, they aim to add $1 billion in Pakistan’s economy with Amazon FBA.
93 percent of students are being trained free of cost in the country, this is why CEO of Extreme Commerce United States, United Kingdom, Malaysia, and Pakistan, Sunny Ali wants Pakistan’s potential to serve in Amazon FBA.
Extreme Commerce shared its vision that aims to connect Pakistanis living abroad or in Pakistan via international e-commerce hubs like eBay, Amazon, and the local hubs like Daraz.
While sharing his Billion Dollar Vision, Sunny Ali said, “We want to enable Pakistanis to at least making $1,000 per month which according to him is the correct minimum wage that Pakistanis need to survive and improve not just their lifestyles but do something for their nation as well.”
Moreover, the Extreme Commerce aims to invest over $1 billion into the local economy with their Billion Dollar Pakistan via online sales and service. It has launched VBC2020, it is one of a kind of e-Commerce skills development platform that has over 40-50 practical training covered by industry experts, through which students and can earn $300-$500 minimum.
Ali further said, “My ideology is simple if I have an empty stomach how can I even think of doing good for others? We need to eradicate this problem and take Pakistanis to self-sufficiency.”
63 percent of Pakistan’s population is under the age of 30, however, the total unemployment figure is estimated to reach 6.65 million during the fiscal year 2020-21. According to a recent report published by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), titled “Tackling the Covid-19 Youth Employment Crisis in Asia and the Pacific”, more than 2.3 million youth of Pakistan has lost its job and they are at risk due to coronavirus lockdown.
Moreover, the pandemic has hit the retail business hard worldwide but it did cause the e-commerce sector to grow. According to the report, the e-commerce sector has grown 129 percent year-over-year in the US and Canada.