Pakistan’s startup ecosystem, funding plunged by 90% to $28M in H1FY23, mirroring the global trend.
Pakistan’s startup ecosystem is showing signs of revival, with Q1 2023 funding surging by 55% QoQ.
A country with one of the largest populations in the world is facing the worst of its political, social and economic challenges, ranging from political uncertainty to macroeconomic instability.
Despite a tough 2022 for global and domestic economy, funding for Pakistan’s Startups remained solid, with a slight decline of 7% in 2022 vs 2021.
Tech and tech-enabled companies found a new well of growth during the pandemic, but will the tech euphoria continue during a global crisis?
Structural reforms, stability, policy consistency and our vulnerabilities external shocks.
Startup amnesty policy needs to be simple and easy: invest in Startups and get away with questions on money trail, sources of income and so on.
An amnesty has to serve a wider purpose where not only the black money becomes whitened, but it also creates value to society at large with extended benefits.