Hint: It’s all about execution, knowing your customer, and perseverance.
startups in pakistan
Entrepreneur Farhan Masood overcame several personal challenges to build a world-class company.
Virgin Teez was conceptualized after a desire to help victims of deadly floods in Pakistan.
Milestone wants to digitize student records, employee evaluation, and interaction between teachers and parents.
One man's dream of evangelizing entrepreneurship in Pakistan started for real when he quit his corporate job.
Sporting goods worth $1.6 billion were exported from Sialkot last year. Sportskot wants to disrupt that.
The founders believe citizens can draw inspiration from a fictitious superhero, eventually driving social change.
Muneeb Maayr doesn’t have the same background as most of his peers. That may prove to be the reason for his success.
Shopistan is trying to reshape online retail habits in Pakistan.
Like other startups in the space, Tazamart fails to impress.
The Pakistan-based Markhor team decided to make a long journey to meet buyers.
Venture is valued at $500K.
These Pakistani brothers skipped college, taught themselves to code, and built a site that attracts 100M monthly visits
If there was one thing they wanted to do, it was entrepreneurship. But their startup, Tune.pk, took a long time to make it into the limelight.
Service launched in frontier markets of Bangladesh and Myanmar.
The startup wants to encourage gender diversity and female inclusion in the labor force.
Since August 2014, Foodpanda grew 100% and yet comments on Karachi & Lahore Food Diary reflect falling standards in quality & hygiene from various big name eate...
Investment round values the startup at $2 million.
The startup wants to end our reliance on inefficient and expensive vehicle mechanics.
Media executive Faisal Sherjan joins the startup to lead strategy and chart future growth.