A combined investment of approximately US$700,000 has been made in the startups so far.
This incubator is attached to Pakistan’s most prestigious university. Now it wants to show what it’s really capable of.
The current batch of startups are looking to disrupt a vast spectrum of industries.
These startups are trailblazing the global Muslim market and helping to lay the seeds for companies to thrive in this space for generations to come.
Filling stations in Pakistan are shut more than half the time. This app will tell you when to visit.
Books are expensive commodities in Pakistan. Bookworm wants to level the playing field.
This new startup wants to add value to the US$2 billion local retail market.
These online entrepreneurs have good reason to believe in the power of leveraging freelancing to discover your true potential.
Startups targeting the mobile gaming market were some of the earliest examples of new tech-based disruptive businesses. Now they’re looking to consolidate.
Pakistan, with its 162-million-strong unconnected population - making it the world's fourth largest - is the perfect testing ground for founder Hassan Baig.
Over 2 million Muslims perform the obligatory pilgrimage each year. Hajj Guider wants to assist them.
Jehan Ara deserves a large amount of credit for nurturing and building the startup ecosystem in Pakistan.
Bhabha entered the profession accidentally. Now he’s not looking back.
Wifigen allows customers to access public wifi hotspots for free in exchange for a Facebook like.
The pharmaceutical industry in Pakistan is worth over $2 billion, but it’s full of counterfeit products. This startup wants to end that.
Facebook isn’t up to the task of local events, so this startup wants to make it easier for people to find things happening nearby.
Their latest project involves a partnership with the United Nations to improve the security of schools in violence-ridden countries.