Pakistan Startups in Collaboration With Plan9 Launch “Hack The Crisis” to Save the Startup Ecosystem in Pakistan

Pakistan startups in collaboration with Punjab Information Technology Board (Plan9) launch ‘Hack The Crisis’ to save the startup ecosystem in Pakistan

Pakistan Startups in collaboration with Plan9 tech incubator has taken an initiative to save the startup ecosystem from the effects of COVID-19.

This has been informed by the Plan9 tech incubator in a tweet posted on its official twitter account.

Pakistan government has also taking measures for economic relaunch to facilities the public and private businesses in the country.


COVID-19 has put devastating effects on already crumbling start-up eco-system of Pakistan and now incubators are coming up to save it from further dismay.

Pakistan Startups said, “We will take business queries ‘Live’ with founders only. Share your information and we will invite you for the live session. We will help you solve your business problems.”

They said that help them to understand your business model better by providing enough information to get better solution.

Those who want to avail the opportunity must fill the form properly whose link has been given in the tweet.

According to a DW news article, “Pakistan’s tech ecosystem has been slowly gaining momentum in the last few years,” says Hena Husain, founder of London based communications startup

“The country was named one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia in McKinsey & Co’s latest report on the Pakistani ecosystem. The same report revealed that 720 startups had been created since 2010 — 67 per cent of which are still in operation — with 100 successfully raising funding,” DW reported this.

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