Eight Pakistani Startups have Reached the Semi-Final of a Global Startup Competition

Eight Pakistani

Newstoday: In the startup pitch competition "Rocket Fuel," eight Pakistani startups advanced to the semifinals. At the events conducted at LEAP, a world technology expo in Riyadh, 90 startups from thirteen Digital Cooperation Organization member nations took part. With the Ministry of IT and Telecom, Ignite National Technology Fund took part in LEAP. Eight startups from National Incubation Centers in various cities, including VALEEM from the Education Department, retail technology startup DigiKhata, fin (financial) microelectronics Investing lounge, educational software startup Blockship, clean technology Datini Fibers looking to expand the agricultural industry, AgriDunya, and real estate startup Gridizen, decided to participate in the Pakistani startup contest, in contrast.

While praising the Pakistani entrepreneurs competing in the event, Secretary General DCO Dimah Ilyah stated that we are pleased to have them on the LEAP platform and appreciate their participation and cooperation. He asserted that we are dedicated to partnering with and assisting Pakistani startups in expanding their market share in the Mideast.

Sabahat Abid


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