Clock is ticking – P@SHA ICT awards deadline is today
The prevalent (Pakistan Software Houses Association) P@SHA ICT Awards which are now in their 16th year are coming back this September aimed to endow gratitude to the Pakistan’s Innovative technological services.
The P@SHA ICT awards provide Pakistan’s Information and Communication Technologies sector an opportunity to expand local, regional and international exposure through on-going promotional activities and through partaking at the international Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA).
The P@SHA encourage creativity and innovation by providing an IT industry platform. Of total there were 9 main categories and 33 subcategories for which the awards will be given to the winners and runner-ups.
From all across Pakistan participants including entrepreneurs as well as students can take part and represent their hefty IT companies to take their career a step ahead with the esteemed organization.
The ultimate aim of P@SHA IT awards is to promote present-day cutting edge technological developments in Pakistan internationally by facilitating networking opportunities to form strapping strategic business alliances.
The deadline for P@SHA ICT Awards 2019 has been extended till August 9th, 2019, here’s the last chance to apply and push your potent idea into the limelight.
The clock is ticking go and register your innovative ICT initiative at P@SHA Innovation on the dot 2019.https://www.technologytimes.pk/clock-ticking-psha-ict-awards-deadline-today/https://www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Clock-is-ticking-P@SHA-ICT-awards-deadline-is-today.jpghttps://www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Clock-is-ticking-P@SHA-ICT-awards-deadline-is-today-150x69.jpgAcademia/IndustryICTNewsPSHA,ticking,todayThe prevalent (Pakistan Software Houses Association) P@SHA ICT Awards which are now in their 16th year are coming back this September aimed to endow gratitude to the Pakistan’s Innovative technological services. Ammara KhanAmmara Khanammarakhan466@gmail.comAdministratorTechnology Times