Khyber Pakhtunkhwa(KP) government has announced Interest-Free Loans for Startups program for the youth of the province.
Nabeel Qadeer has been appointed the Project Chair of UNCTAD - a Commonwealth Entrepreneurship Project mothered by the United Nations
A Karachi based startup is building portable houses in affordable prices. Apparently, a house which you can pack and take wherever you want.
The Superior group recently held an expo at the Lahore Expo Centre where 150 startups showcased their innovative products.
Superior University Expo is going to be held by the university on 11 August and it will be an entrepreneurial show aimed to provide feasible opportunities to the emerging entrepreneurs of Pakistan
Queno is an innovative mobile App that takes over much of the teacher’s manual work, from attendance and test diaries to the test calendar. Parents have access to the information, so they know exactly what’s going on with their children.
The first class of Asian entrepreneurs graduated from the eFounders Fellowship at a ceremony in Hangzhou, China. UNCTAD and Alibaba Business School aim to enable young entrepreneurs to unlock their full potential and to bridge the digital divide.
The government of Pakistan has decided to set up a $75 million fund for entrepreneurs at the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP). Now the government doesn't plan to just give it away rather it will be available for borrowing to people who are looking to start small businesses in the country.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and Alibaba Business School today enrolled the first class of 37 Asian entrepreneurs for the eFounders Initiative at an opening ceremony held on the Alibaba campus in Hangzhou, China.
Teamup, in collaboration with the American Embassy and the Pakistan U.S. Alumni Network (PUAN), successfully concluded a five –day entrepreneurship bootcamp today at the National Incubation Center. Thirty U.S. Government-funded exchange program alumni entrepreneurs of PUAN attended the program.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has launched a new initiative known as the KPK Impact Challenge to that will equip the entrepreneurs in the province with the necessary ingredients to launch their own businesses and startups.
Jazz, one of the largest telcos in Pakistan reveals different challenges faced by Pakistani startups and the digital ecosystem in the country in its report.