At StarLinks we constantly endeavour to assist our clients in engaging and strengthening their relationships with their stakeholders and society as a whole.
Since its inception in November 2015, the company and the team has grown exponentially. With numerous events under our belt, the team comprises enthusiastic individuals. In spite of our diverse backgrounds we all envisage one goal: to strive for excellence.
The strategic approach of StarLinks is to partner with businesses of all sizes, maximize their productivity and assist them in meeting their goals. With over 40 years combined experience in the marketplace, the consultants at StarLinks are committed to providing necessary business support systems to both emerging and established businesses
The event management division of StarLinks is ready to infuse your next gathering while the strategic approach of StarLinks is to partner with businesses of all sizes, maximize their productivity and assist them in meeting their goals. With over 40 years combined experience in the marketplace, the consultants at StarLinks are committed to providing necessary business support systems to both emerging and established businesses
What our clients say
Many Congratulations StarLinks PR, the award show was very interesting and informative, everything was well organized..! Award ceremony to recognize notable literary pieces of work in different categories and honoring outstanding voices in the literary landscape of Pakistan.
Awesome experience with StarLinks... Great people!
Lots of good wishes from Team #Bizmaxtv
Awards and Achievements
Key Aspects of being a successful CEO
In my limited experience of being a CEO of my company for almost three years, and having worked very closely with the CEO of a television network where I was GM Public Relations and Publications for 11 years, I have realized that there are certain qualities that are a must for a CEO to succeed, no matter what line of profession they are in. To begin with, I feel that it is very important to regularly interact with your colleagues as it instils confidence in them and the interaction invariably yields valuable results. If the organization is big, then weekly meetings with heads is imperative, while in smaller organizations like mine, with around twelve employees, I find daily meetings with the entire team is a healthy exercise. An open-door policy, where you are willing to hear suggestions, complaints and updates without any red-tapism, and with an open mind, also serves well.
“Just having satisfied customers isn’t good enough anymore. If you really want a booming business, you have to create raving fans.”