Alibaba Global Initiatives (AGI), Alibaba Group’s training arm, has started the Alibaba Netpreneur Training Program in Pakistan.
AGI partnered with Daraz, a well-known South Asian e-commerce platform and an Alibaba Group company, to develop this initiative in Pakistan, and the Pakistan Trade Development Authority also participated.
A variety of online courses and seminars will be provided throughout the course of the four-week program to help local entrepreneurs use digital technology to build their enterprises.
The Netpreneur Training Program is meant to provide real and actionable solutions for entrepreneurs and corporate leaders from a range of industries to flourish in the digital economy. As a consequence of this program, AGI has trained approximately 1,600 entrepreneurs throughout the world.
This year’s curriculum will build on the success of prior editions of the program, focusing on the most recent trends and practices influencing China’s digital economy, as well as methodologies and frameworks for developing a successful and innovative organization in today’s digital environment.
Alibaba certified trainers and corporate professionals with expertise in guiding their own digital firms to success will conduct classes online in English.
Applications are being accepted for this program through July 1st. For additional information on the program’s specifics, how to apply, and qualifying requirements, go to their official website.