These are the 10 most promising and successful Pakistani startups that made a mark in the year 2016
Korea will invest $50 million for establishing an IT park in Islamabad which will uplift the entrepreneurial spirit of the city
Pakistan’s online shoppers can now find the right product at the right price, thanks to the ease of comparing prices at PriceOye.pk
Pakistan’s popular online platform MangoBaaz has grabbed worth $115,000 in seed funding from Fatima Group
Amazon Go allows customers to simply walk in, pick up their goods and walk out, without having to use any cash register or wait in long checkout lines.
DTH Technology, termed as game changer in media industry, will offer Pakistan’s 25 million TV subscribers high-quality services
Hello Tomorrow Conference aims to connect young Pakistanis and economic actors to foster innovation, opportunities and tech-startup ecosystem
Institute of Space Technology in collaboration with National Space Agency of Pakistan organized one of the most exciting events, World Space Week 2016
Pakistani startup Cowlar, known as ‘Fitbit for Cows’ has won the top prize of Rs. 1 million (US$100,000) at Pakistan Startup Cup 2016.
National Telecommunication Corporation launches Pakistan’s first National Data Centre in Islamabad to accomplish the e-governance model
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority organized International Training Program which was attended by delegates of 23 countries of Asia Pacific
Jazz partners with Pakistan Government Jazz to launch first its kind innovation hub to nurture and grow talent from across Pakistan
Pakistan’s first AngelHack hackathon competition in in Islamabad, invites all Pakistani coders, designers and innovators
Czech Republic keen to be part of CPEC and explore business prospects with Pakistan, Ambassador Jan Fury said
Pakistan Microfinance Investment Company to be funded by Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, UK and German governments
Around 300 entrepreneurs from Islamabad and Rawalpindi attended Startup Cup 2016 Business Mentoring Program organised by The Indus Entrepreneurs and U.S. Embassy