STAFF REPORT KHI: The first batch of young enthusiastic entrepreneurs has passed out from Nest I/O. The project was launched by collaboration of Google, Samsung and US State Department with a heavy contribution of $1.4 million.
The project was started with the aim to promote entrepreneurship in the Pakistan by giving young people fundamental skills to professionally start their business venture and operate it with utmost proficiency that will make the market more competitive in the market as well as youth will be lured towards innovative products to make a benchmark in the business domain.
“The successful completion of first batch of entrepreneurs is a milestone and the pass outs are expected to make impact in the practical application of the knowledge they gained during the course of their time at Nest I/O”, Nest I/O focal person said.
Samsung Pakistans Managing Director JH Lee said, “It can be said without any doubt that the young entrepreneurs who have been trained at The Nest I/O will continue their ventures more effectively in the future and contribute in development of Pakistan.”
The initiative is highly commendable as it is not only helpful in making youth skilled and self-reliant but also in national growth in technical domains.