Pakistan’s High Commissioner to the UK formally participate at Tech Week London 2019. As Pakistan a preferred source of software developers, programmers, designers, and business outsourcing specialists.

Pakistan formally take part at Tech week London 2019The presenter of the event, High Commissioner Nafees Zakaria accentuate that Pakistan has a 220 million consumer market with 64% young population.

Pakistan has a pulsating economy as it’s rapidly digitizing and has an ever-growing eagerness for technology and innovative services.

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Pakistan is ranked the 3rd most financially attractive location in the world for freelancing services with more than 6,000 IT and allied companies at present registered, moreover the online labor Index published in July, 2018 by Oxford Internet Institute (OII).

Keeping in line, Pakistan’s IT sectors had a promising future, crowded with talent and with a potential to become the biggest export industry of the country. 

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The presenter of the event, High Commissioner Nafees Zakaria accentuate that Pakistan has a 220 million consumer market with 64% young population. Pakistan has a pulsating economy as it's rapidly...
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