Six Startups Of Telenor Velocity announced for its third cohort
Six startups of Telenor Velocity including; Artsy.pk, Daastan, Micro Power Labs, Pakshine, Perk up and Shopsy.pk have completed the four-month program where Telenor Velocity provided them access to mentors and investors, co-working space, access to customers, online payment solutions and a chance to pitch for seed funding.
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The event brought together aspiring startups, industry influences, bloggers, and business network mobilizers from across the country to explore and propel entrepreneurial endeavors in Pakistan. The event also featured startups of the first Velocity batch sharing their success stories and insights into the Pakistani digital marketplace.
The digital accelerator, yesterday held a Graduation Night for the six startups from their second cohort. The event was attended by popular names from Pakistan’s startup industry. The main purpose of the event was to provide the startups an opportunity to pitch their products to investors, get invaluable feedback, and form possible strategic partnerships.
The gathering precedes the intake announcement for the 3rd cohort of this network accelerator program to start in Q3. Application will open online on Telenor Velocity website. Telenor Velocity will be looking for stellar startup companies with innovative products or services. The selected startups will get the opportunity to grow with this network market accelerator program.
Known for innovation and initiatives like IoT Expo and Youth Forum to accelerate digital ecosystem development in the country, Telenor Pakistan has also been promoting entrepreneurship for Pakistan’s digital professionals and aspirants through programs like Telenor Velocity and Apportunity. Another initiative on intra-preneurship is the internal startup incubation program called Ignite, which is a Group wide incubator program for its employees.