Pakistan China Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry is conducting its first “Offline/Online Pakistan China Industrial Expo 2020” on November 13 at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club Lahore in collaboration with Everest International Expo Pvt. Ltd. The concept regarding offline/online exhibition is to provide choice to the participants to attend exhibition physically or by practicing social distancing, it was disclosed by SM Naveed, President PCJCCI, during a press conference held on Tuesday at PCJCCI premises. The event was attended by, Frank Fa, CEO Everest International Expo Pvt Ltd, Daud Ahmed, Senior Vice President PCJCCI, Khalid Rafique Choudhry, Vice President PCJCCI and Salahuddin Hanif, Secretary General PCJCCI. SM Naveed, President Pakistan China Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry stressed that during the under prevailing global pandemic it is inconvenient to hold meetings and conferences at massive levels. The current initiative has been taken to digitally link our member companies with Chinese enterprises of CNC machinery, construction machinery, new energy, building material, agricultural machinery, plastic machinery, hardware, chemical, and auto parts. The event will be launched in innovative mode of, offline and online. He further added that all B2B meetings will be held online via terminal equipment which are installed on every booth. In this way, the event would go on with a minimal impact of Covid-19. Wang Zihai, Executive member PCJCCI and the representative of Everest International Expo Pvt. Ltd, said his company is one of the prestigious companies and our aim is to promote and enhance bilateral relations between Pakistan and China. In Pakistan Digital market does not have many professionals and this field is still relatively new. Daud Ahmed said PCJCCI would organize more conference of this nature in collaboration with Chinese Commerce Departments. He further informed that the concept of this online and offline business interaction is to provide contemporary solutions for carrying out normal business operations by avoiding physical concentration of business people.