A combined investment of approximately US$700,000 has been made in the startups so far.
Pakistan makes the headlines of international news for all the wrong reasons, which is a pity given the number of opportunities present.
Kalsoom Lakhani, founder and CEO of Pakistan’s Invest2Innovate startup accelerator, believes that people tend to get more entrepreneurial when life gets tough.
He terms 3Restart as a “learning positioning system” that puts learning priorities on track, while keeping the content engaging and fun yet as natural as possible.
The report details the Pakistan startup ecosystem and the key players to whom entrepreneurs can turn for things like mentorship, workshops, incubation, and funding.
Until recently, the only incubators in Pakistan were found in hospitals or poultry farms. But now startup incubators are proliferating. This phenomenon is part of the global wave of shared office spac...
Pakistani startup incubator Invest2Innovate – also known as the i2i Accelerator – graduated its second ever batch earlier this month. As with its first batch in early 2013, the newest incubatees are a...