MapIn is a Karachi-based startup that makes indoor navigation systems.
In Pakistan, e-commerce itself hasn’t picked pace and accounts for only a minor portion of retail.
ReliveNow is also active in terms of outreach and stays involved in organising awareness workshops.
Thaheer is a Quetta-based startup that wants to make Balochi (and regional) music great again.
Poulta is a local agritech startup with roots in Sehwan.
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Ghumo.pk is a Karachi-based startup that is trying to create an online marketplace for short-term accommodation.
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Khareed is an e-procurement platform that allows businesses to buy and sell goods and services from each other.
BikeBazaar is an online marketplace for everything related to motorcycles.
Rentmycar.pk is an online platform that lets you rent a car for a given time.
Domestic debt was the primary driver behind this increase as it accounted for 65pc of the overall government borrowing.
Botsify was launched in April 2016 by Usama, a software engineer from National University of Science and Technology.
Supertasker.pk is an online marketplace that lets you outsource any task.
Commuting is one of the most nightmarish things in Pakistani cities.
Fleet started off as an online portal for booking intercity freight containers.
At the moment, they are only operating in Karachi but they plan to expand to Lahore and Islamabad very soon.
Bioniks is a Karachi-based bionic upper limbs manufacturing startup.
CEO Farrukh Mian puts his money on Pakistani freelance market and a lack of cheap payment gateways.