Mean3 becomes the first IT company to takeover Times Square ahead of TechCrunch Disrupt 2023

Mean3 boasts a team of more than 100 experts strategically located in offices in New York and Pakistan.
Published September 15, 2023

In a historic moment for Pakistan’s thriving tech industry, Mean3 has achieved a monumental feat by becoming the first IT company to be featured at the iconic New York Times Square. This momentous occasion has cemented Mean3’s status as a rising star in the global tech landscape.

Mean3, a trailblazing tech company headquartered in Pakistan, under the visionary leadership of Abdul Hadi Siraj, has emerged as a distinguished software house and marketing agency. It has rapidly gained recognition for its innovative solutions and groundbreaking contributions in the E-commerce industry. Mean3’s mission is to revolutionise businesses worldwide, and their journey has been adorned with numerous accolades and partnerships with over 200 global enterprises.

Mean3 has been selected by the TechCrunch team to showcase, among thousands of global applicants to investors and TechCrunch editors. This event draws 10,000 participants, an array of investors, and numerous global media outlets, and serves as a significant gathering for the global startup community.

TechCrunch Disrupt 2023 will take place in the Moscone Centre in San Francisco from September 19 to 21. The event is recognised for presenting the hottest startups, introducing game-changing innovations, and debating what’s on the minds of the tech industry’s leading innovators—and this year will be no exception. Dropbox, Mint, Cloudflare, Fitbit, Yammer, and other startups have previously debuted at Disrupt.

Mean3’s journey to Times Square during TechCrunch Disrupt 2023 signifies a significant milestone not only for the company but also for Pakistan’s growing tech ecosystem. It sends a powerful message to the world that innovation knows no boundaries and that emerging tech hubs like Pakistan have much to offer.

This achievement will undoubtedly inspire other Pakistani tech startups and entrepreneurs to dream big and pursue their ambitions on a global scale.

Mean3’s story

Mean3, founded in 2016 by Abdul Hadi Siraj, is a trailblazing force in the IT industry. Abdul Hadi Siraj’s journey into the world of IT began at a young age, driven by his passion for gaming. His dedication led him to Pakistan’s top-notch IT institute, where he laid the foundation for his future career. Starting as a freelancer, he eventually founded Mean3, which has grown organically through positive word-of-mouth.

Today, Mean3 boasts a team of more than 100 experts strategically located in offices in New York and Pakistan. They thrive on innovation, growth, ownership, and thought leadership, equipping them to unravel intricate challenges and provide bespoke solutions globally. They take pride in being recognised as the fastest-growing brand of the year and fostering enduring partnerships with businesses of all scales in many regions, including prominent names like Now & Forever, Zashko Inc, Carters Pakistan, dealerships of KIA, Hyundai, and Peugeot.

Leadership in E-commerce solutions

As a pre-eminent E-commerce solution provider, Mean3 is particularly acclaimed for its expertise in Shopify Plus. Their proficiency in this platform positions them at the forefront of transforming online businesses, enabling them to thrive in the competitive digital landscape.

Diverse array of services

Mean3’s creative prowess and collective expertise enable them to offer a diverse array of services, including:

  • E-commerce Development (Shopify Plus, Magento 2, Custom Laravel)
  • Website Design & Development
  • Mobile Application Development
  • Game Development (Unity 2D and 3D)
  • Social Media Management
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Lead Generation
  • Performance Marketing
  • Staff Augmentation and Outsourcing

Their commitment to quality service and budget-conscious solutions nurtures enduring bonds with their clientele.

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