The global e-commerce giant has ignored Pakistan, but many enterprising individuals and companies have found ways to use the platform to their advantage by getting around the legal hurdles
Hum Mart and Mandi Express have both set up online stores that serve the Karachi market, but both are going about their business in a very different way
All you wanted to know about how to build your own Pakistani e-commerce business (but didn’t know who to ask)
A top executive at one of the leading e-commerce companies in Pakistan breaks down the contours and possible future path of the industry
This article is the start of a series which will aim to provide the reader with an understanding of the e-commerce industry in Pakistan,...
After Careem and Uber, will the next boost to Pakistan’s ride hailing market come from a women-only service?
Both Paxi and Safr want to create a safe environment for women using this mode of transportation, but it is unclear if both management teams will be able to create businesses that can scale
Avanceon Ltd’s CEO Bakhtiar Wain gears up for even faster expansion as cash flows in
Umar Saif’s brainchild is meant to be a research-focused institution. But it remains to be seen whether it has the ingredients necessary to be globally competitive
Careem may have opened up earning opportunities for many, but for others, it has left financial devastation in its wake
Pakistan’s startup culture and ecosystem is still nascent, but which metropolitan area has a head start?
How a 33-year-old middle-class Pindi boy became the first professional venture capitalist in Pakistani history
How one conference wants to help create an entrepreneurship ecosystem in the country that badly needs one
Thai social media platform is launching its multilingual social listening tool in Pakistan
Pakistan’s largest bank announces a big push into branchless banking, investments in technology infrastructure
The global tech giant’s troubles may seem far removed from local concerns, but Pakistani Facebook users need to be more vigilant, says digital rights activist
The battle between China’s internet giants is about to come to Pakistan, and transform the country’s tech industry… but who will it be good for?