Haroon Rashid has seen the glory days of Pakistani music. Now he's trying to bring them back.
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Today his founding team runs three complementary ventures.
This new project on Kickstarter wants you to never replace your smartphone charging cable again.
The program has piloted operations in Pakistan and Nigeria, and plans to expand to other countries.
Demographics and income suggest the market is ready. However, startups are struggling to really take off.
Their first attempt in 2012 was rejected. However, they didn't give up hope.
Hint: It’s all about execution, knowing your customer, and perseverance.
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.