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Indus Valley Capital-collected $ 17.5 million

Indus Valley Capital (IVC), Pakistan’s main asset investor, has collected $ 17.5 million for its market fund, according to the MENA bytes report. Indus Valley Capital, founded and directed by Atif Awan, a former LinkedIn Land Manager, is due in early 2019, its target is $ 15. , the company has become a large closed financial institution in Pakistan, the report said. Investors in this initial venture include Co-founder Reddit, Alexis Ohanian, as well as its founders, CEOs, and employees from leading technology companies, including Facebook, Google, Stripe, Coinbase, Uber , Careem, InstaCart, LinkedIn, Reddit, Dropbox, Atlassian, WebFlow, Zip and Oracle. IVC has three horned founders, but the company did not disclose their names. An IVC statement said, “Affiliates with billions of dollars VC funds and former investors Careem and Souq are also among the limited partners.” IVC is crop-agnostic and invests in early seed, seed and early process. Has…

Pakistan’s tourism-Tourists Visiting the World

Pakistan has been seen as one of the best tourist destinations in the last few years. Pakistan’s tourism is well known all over the world The country has been named in a number of international travel lists such as Forbes’ “Top Ten Places to Go to 2019” and Conde Nast “Best Vacations in 2020.” The government hopes the development will further attract investment in the business-related business and help create jobs. The Prime Minister of the State of Imran Khan has announced plans to develop and promote tourism and holiday visa restrictions for foreign tourists. The city has been hailed as one of the best destinations for 2020 by many international publishers and travel newspapers, including the Independent, Telegraph, and Conde Nast Traveler, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the country in October 2019. Originally, Wild Frontiers Travel made the city one of the most visited destinations since…

Spices Exports Have Increased In Last Seven Months

ISLAMABAD: Exports Of Spices Have Increased in Last Seven Months by 7.94 percent of the financial year 2020-21, compared to the same period last year. There was an export competition Year. According to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), Pakistan exported spices worth Rs 52.489 million during July-January (2020-21) to July-January (2020-21). In terms of quantity, exports of spices also increased by 6.72% to 12,984 metric tonnes from 12,166 metric tonnes, according to the data. Meanwhile, on a year-on-year basis, during the month of January 2021, spice exports also increased by 18.02% over the same month last year. Exports of spices from the country during January 2021 were recorded at 0 11.027 million as against 3.9343 million in January 2020. According to PBS data, based on the month of January, exports of spices increased during January 2021 when compared to exports of 10.105 million in December 2020, competitive exports increased…

Veterans of Pakistan’s most important tech industry have joined hands to launch Dokan.pk

Veterans of Pakistan’s most important tech industry have joined hands to launch Dokan.pk, a common mobile platform that can sell micro, small and medium businesses online in 29 seconds. ۔Pakistan’s fledgling e-commerce industry continues to grow rapidly globally, with growth of more than 80% year-on-year. However, technical barriers have largely excluded small businesses from participating in the revolution. The shop’s co-founders include Monis-ur-Rehman, Fatima Mazhar, and Muhammad Imran. Monis is a Pakistani digital pioneer with experience in employment platforms, digital loans and e-commerce. Rozi.pk, which runs Pakistan’s largest employment platform and is co-founder and chairman of Fanja, specializes in digital loans and mobile payments. Fatima was previously part of the founding team in Karim where she served as an extension chief and brought Karim to Pakistan. Under his leadership, Karim expanded to 75 cities in the Middle East, North Africa, Turkey and Pakistan. Most recently, he served as head of…

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