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EBM hosts over 325 young professionals this year with SoL's 18th YLC

The event aimed to 'Amplify' discussions & workshops on diversity, inclusion and sustainable development within Pakistan
Updated Jul 09, 2019 12:46pm

In a bid to encourage youth empowerment, English Biscuit Manufacturers (EBM) has once again partnered with YLC to help hone ideas presented by young students and professionals from across Pakistan.

Aged between 18 and 24, participants have journeyed to Lahore from across Pakistan and abroad to become part of a six-day conference at the Pearl Continental Hotel and Chand Bagh, Lahore from July 1st to 6th, 2019.

Each year, the platform, with unwavering support from EBM, gathers aspiring students and young professionals for rigorous and thought-provoking training programs to help them polish their skills and knowledge all under the guidance of a hand-picked team of mentors.

The purpose behind the conference is to help youth understand, analyse and solve issues through skill-based activities and workshops.

Why EBM is helping SoL 'amplify' ideas

EBM has been promoting YLC's endeavours ever since it became the platform's founding partner in 2002. Keeping in line with its legacy, EBM has sponsored this year’s 18th YLC as well.

EBM stands tall in terms of its support for all workshops and activities conducted by the Young Leaders Conference as these aim to educate and involve the youth in meaningful discussions.

The collaboration intends to promote the flow of raw ideas, ensuring each receives valuable feedback from experienced leaders who are serving Pakistan in multiple ways.

Shahzain Munir, Director, EBM, appreciated the works of the YLC platform, and said that YLC has been playing a pivotal role in prepping the youth of Pakistan to be able to choose the right paths for themselves in the future, and realise the potential they carry as they grow into leaders of tomorrow.

EBM firmly believes that empowerment of the youth is key towards the progress of a nation which is why it has frequently supported countless platforms of this nature in the past.

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