Karachi Pakistan Welcomes Startup Grind!

Welcome to Startup grind Karachi, where we talk about new technologies & meet entrepreneurs from different backgrounds.

Karachi, Pakistan is the main business Hub for the Country. It is Pakistan’s centre of Banking,
industry, Economic activity & trade. It is also the Hub for Higher education in south Asia &
the Muslim World. Karachi has bred a generation of Entrepreneurs from the Story of Aftab
Tapal who started one of the biggest tea brands in the country to, Arif Habib who has expanded his Arif Habib Group into a 13-company business that has invested $2 billion in financial services, cement, fertilizer, and steel factories since 2004. Karachi also attracts people from across Pakistan because of its Business & Economic Potential.

Startup Grind Karachi invites you to join us at our inaugural event on Friday May 3rd at T2F
10-C, Sunset Lane 5, Phase 2 Extension, DHA, Karachi-75500.

Our Guest speaker Will be Farzal Dojki is Founder & CEO of Next Generation Innovations, a software development, IT support and consulting firm specializing in new ventures. The company is working to establish a paradigm that focuses on “doing good for the society in which it operates” and encourages its employees to dedicate 5% of their billable hours to community service projects. Mr. Dojki focused his fellowship on visiting start-up incubators, angel investors and venture funds to understand how their programs can be replicated in Pakistan, as well as organizations working to reduce the digital divide and foster entrepreneurship.

Mr. Dojki returns home with many ideas to foster entrepreneurial ecosystems within the domain of Information Technology, as well as Corporate Social Responsibility in the IT and ITES sectors. His anticipated tasks include presenting his findings to a broad range of audiences across Pakistan; collaborating with others in Pakistan to develop a “Plug & Play” in Karachi; becoming more involved in industry associations in Pakistan; and renewing his teaching activities with greater emphasis on “learning through practice” that will incorporate his fellowship findings.