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April 21, 2016

Startup Expo 2016 concludes on high note

 
April 21, 2016

12 startups declared winners 

ISLAMABAD: Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) organised a two-day event at the Jinnah Convention Centre in Islamabad to give recognition to the top 100 startups of Pakistan.

According to the press release, startups from all over the country were present at this prestigious event. The first day consisted of activities revolving around the stalls of every startup at the event, with esteemed guests arriving at the event as well. Michael Foley, CEO of Telenor Pakistan, and Naeem Zamindar, CEO Acumen, were just a few of the distinguished personalities in attendance.

The second day consisted of speeches from key figures in the technology space of Pakistan, including Michael Foley, Naeem Zamindar, Nabeel A Qadeer, Kamran Rizvi, and Farrukh Malik. The penultimate event of the second day was the awards ceremony, before the closing remarks. The following winners were announced for the event:

DeliveryTen was Service Startup of the Year, ForanBuy E Store of the Year, Convitek Tech Startup of the Year, Kids&Moms Education Startup of the Year, Capital Delights Food Startup of the Year, Emperor’s Bazar, Social Startup of the Year, Holla App of the Year, Sehat Healthcare Startup of the Year, DealsKPK Fashion Startup of the Year, DamascusMarks Arts & Crafts Startup of the Year, WonderWorks Digital & Marketing Startup of the Year and PakPeaks was Travels & Tours Startup of the Year.