Step is coming to Pakistan! We’re bringing you a fresh tech and entrepreneurship conference focused on the Pakistani ecosystem this September. Step Pakistan will bring together hundreds of outstanding local startup founders, investors, developers, and enablers; and international stakeholders with their sights set on Pakistan through a 1-day virtual event with talks, panels, meetings, networking and online experiences. Chalo!
Find out more on stepconference.com/steppakistan
Step hosts the leading tech festival for emerging markets.
Step's first Pakistan focused event virtually will tackle all trends and opportunities in the startup and technology ecosystem in the Pakistan market.
Discussing the interest of global investors in Pakistan, and talking about the unique tech talent, and the advantages of the market over others in the region.
A conversation with Pakistan's most well-funded startups. We will talk about journeys, challenges, investors relationships and more.
The Pakistan ecommerce market registered a 78.9% and 33.3% growth in both volume and value, respectively, in 2020, on the back of enforced COVID-19 lockdowns with the current annual market turnover of $220 million.
Join this workshop to hear from Checkout.com’s experts in the Pakistan region, tackling the changing consumer behavior, digital-start-up economy, and how the rapid digital transformation is helping to create an integration of the Pakistan economy.
Fintech companies have been riding the funding wave in Pakistan and getting traction to a level of pushing governments to change and adjust regulations and legislations and create more innovation enabling enviromnents.
Learning about the key clauses, economics vs. control, what to look out for, how to negotiate, and founder friendliness.
Setting the ground on the existing opportunities in Pakistan, infrastructure and the role of the diaspora in growing the startup ecosystem.
Pakistan always had a great pool of tech talent, how is this pool of talent reflecting on the ecosystem and how are remote environments driving demand and supply on tech talent?