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ROZEE.PK ranked among Pakistan's top 10 fastest growing cos

13 December, 2011

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LAHORE: ROZEE.PK has been ranked at 9, with a growth rate of 304 percent between the years 2008-2010 among the top 10 fastest growing companies in the country.

The announcement was made by the All World Network in Istanbul at the 2nd Global Summit on Entrepreneurship. The three-day global summit, held under the theme of 'Entrepreneurship, Values and Development: A Global Agenda', was attended by over 2,000 successful entrepreneurs from across the world.

This interim list of the Pakistan Fast Growth 100 was unveiled during the summit and will also form a part of All World's Asia Fast Growth 500 ranking, which serves as a definitive record of the most dynamic entrepreneurs throughout Asia.

Contenders were required to have a minimum 3-year operating history and sales of at least $100,000 in 2008 and $500,000 in 2010.

It ranges from web technology to transportation, food to textiles and construction to consulting.

Finance Minister Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh on the occasion said, "The strong performance of Pakistani companies in Arabia500 illustrates in spite of the challenges there continues to be strong business and investment opportunity in Pakistan.

ROZEE.PK Founder and CEO Monis Rahman said, "Company's inclusion is a testament to the resilience of 43,000 customers who continue to hire and produce value for society despite the many challenges that Pakistan is facing today."

ROZEE.PK is also in the top 4 percent of All World's Arabia Fast Growth 500 list, which ranks companies from over 15 countries in the Middle East, North Africa, Turkey and Pakistan.

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