Six Pakistani entrepreneurs graduate from Six Pakistani entrepreneurs graduate from UNCTAD, Alibaba’s fellowship

Six Pakistani entrepreneurs graduate from Six Pakistani entrepreneurs graduate from UNCTAD, Alibaba’s fellowship

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Six Pakistani nationals were among 38 Asian entrepreneurs who have successfully completed the fourth edition of the eFounders Fellowship, a joint initiative by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and Alibaba Business School.

The aim of this fellowship is to bridge the digital divide and to enable young entrepreneurs with the skills that will help them and encourage them in doing better when it comes to their business.

The six Pakistanis are: Alizeh Gohar from Hunarmund, Nazish Hussain from Secret Stash, Umer Munawar from Finja, Muneeb Maayr from Bykea, Hassaan Sadiq from GrocerApp and Khurram Mir from BookMyUmrah.

According to an official statement, the fellowship included candidates from 11 countries including Pakistan, Cambodia, Malaysia, Phillipines, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Bangladesh, India and Singapore.

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