A Las Vegas-based businessman has a plan for Pakistan, and he is on his way there to present it. Lord Neil Benjamin Gibson has long been in the business of strategic partnerships that produce results, and he has spent decades working with underserved nations to bridge the gap between foreign investment and local development. With projects in his portfolio ranging from philanthropic development in Africa that produced sustainable housing to infrastructure projects in Belize that produced roads which will enable the local population to have better access to medical clinics, Lord Neil Gibson’s companies have played an integral role in the bringing together of the parties that are necessary in order for large-scale projects to be completed. “The hinderance of so many undeserved populations toward becoming more economically stable is infrastructure,” Gibson stated. “Too many times there is an abundance of some natural resource that could make a population wealthy, yet they cannot exploit that resource because they do not have the roads, housing, access to power or other factors that would make processing possible. What we do is set up the relationships between foreign capital and intellectual property and local governments or leaders in order to work out the issues that hold back the production. Our business is to bring together investors and companies with the ability to provide some aspect of the process and the local government or work force, which produces the ability to actually get a project completed. We then manage the process to see the project through to the end.”
Pakistan has an abundance of natural resources that Lord Gibson is interested in assisting with the production of. The economic outlook has remained unchanged for years as the inability to exploit the resources under the control of the country has produced few projects that are intertwined. Essentially, the lack of infrastructure is holding back the ability to create operations that would raise the economic standards, and general hostility towards the country has produced few foreign investors who would be interested in involvement that would produce the infrastructure. Lord Neil Benjamin Gibson and his team at LNBG LLC have created a strategic plan to bring together investors who can provide both capital and experience and the governmental officials in Pakistan who can streamline the process. Through meetings that are designed to clarify the ways in which mutual cooperation between foreign companies and local governments can benefit all parties involved, Lord Gibson is confident that he can provide the resources necessary to facilitate project completions and lay the framework for future exploration.
Gibson has already dispatched a team of local influencers who can call meetings with the necessary officials. “They speak the language and are trusted by the government,” Gibson stated. It is much more effective than trying to discuss strategic elements with people who are having a difficult time understanding you, or who have had negative experiences with foreign companies in the past.” The team is on the ground in Pakistan currently, and is interacting with the necessary officials to discuss the potential strategic relationships that make sense. Gibson himself plans to present in person in Pakistan later this month.