mage of President Engr. Umar Farooq Gul of YIC and CEO Ms. Afshan Khan of FastMove Packages signing the MOU, standing before a backdrop displaying both organizations' logos.
MOU, MOU Signing Ceremony


In a momentous stride towards fostering youth empowerment and innovation, an auspicious event unfolded with the official signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Youth International Conclave (YIC) and FastMove Packages. The visionary minds behind this monumental partnership, President Engr. Umar Farooq Gul of YIC and the dynamic Founder and CEO of FastMove Packages, Ms. Afshan Khan, came together to solidify their commitment to driving positive change. This collaboration marks a significant chapter in the journey of both entities, as they join forces to pioneer cutting-edge package solutions while concurrently propelling the growth and development of young talents.

MOU Signing Between YIC President and FastMove Packages CEO

Synergy of Purpose: Pioneering Solutions and Nurturing Potential:

The MOU signing serves as a testament to the shared objectives of YIC and FastMove Packages. With an unwavering dedication to the advancement of youth and a keen focus on innovation, this partnership seeks to create a harmonious synergy that transcends conventional boundaries. By combining YIC’s forward-looking approach towards youth development with FastMove Packages‘ visionary expertise in revolutionary packaging solutions, the stage is set for remarkable breakthroughs. This collaboration not only underscores the determination of both entities to excel in their respective domains but also showcases their collective commitment to fostering a brighter, more empowered future for the younger generation. As YIC and FastMove Packages embark on this transformative journey together, the world eagerly awaits the trailblazing impact they are destined to achieve.

Empowering the youth is not just a goal; it’s a shared journey of passion and innovation

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