The Nest I/O successfully initiated Pakistan’s first Youth startup weekend aimed to introduce the children between the ages of 11-16 to the startup life at the tech incubator in Karachi.
The talented youngsters pitching their innovative ideas to a room full of future entrepreneurs. Among these a group of three nailed the winning title at Nest I/O’s Youth Startup Weekend.
At Nest I/O Youth startup weekend Hot Tray secured the first position, Project Polaroid an idea to “deliver memories to your doorstep” took the second while the second runner-up was Amuse Cards an app to replace amusement cards.
The winning team ‘Hot Tray’ comprises of students of Haque Academy named Haniah Siddiqi, Zavier Mandhro and Sophia Mandhro who put forth a prototype of an application to put right and uplift food court experiences for consumers.
The basic idea of Hot Tray, as part of their pitch, is also looking to accumulate up to Rs1.5 million to Rs15 million and have also pivoted to ReadyPal.app multi service pick up app across the put on the market environment.
The Nest I/O has been repeatedly putting in all efforts to uplift the ecosystem by hammering in investment opportunities and laying down a solid platform for ideas to burgeon in Pakistan.