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IMARAT Group wins ICCI Achievement Award

IMARAT Group of Companies won the ICCI Presidential Award for the ‘Fastest Growing Company’ category.


IMARAT Group of Companies, all set to join the global league of unicorns — and become Pakistan’s first home-grown billion-dollar company — won the ICCI Presidential Award for the third year running in the ‘Fastest Growing Company’ category.

Chairman & CEO Shafiq Akbar received the award from President Dr. Arif Alvi, and highlighted the company’s commitment to bringing more transparency and accountability to Pakistan’s real estate sector through powerful innovative technology.

Under the umbrella of IMARAT Group, several brands have been established in line with its vision to revolutionise Pakistan’s real estate sector.

Notable brands include IMARAT Development and Hospitality; Graana.com, Pakistan’s smartest property portal; Agency21, Pakistan’s largest estate agency network; and PropSure, the first-ever platform to offer online property verification and inspection services in Pakistan.

With offices spanning 70 locations across Pakistan along with offices in Dubai, UK and Canada, IMARAT has created more than 2000 jobs in the market.

Future plans include 100+ new franchise offices of Agency21, which will create 1000 more jobs next year.

Having finally hit that milestone it set out to achieve, Imarat is looking to cement its spot and change the way people deal with property in the country.

In a very short span of time Imarat Group has established its presence in major cities across Pakistan and with an ever-growing pool of people, soon to be 1500 in strength, they embraced evolving technology to enhance their overall ability to deliver the best services to the country.

Digital Pakistan is here and the real estate sector has already taken the initiative and is leading the race to become a major part of it.


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