Pakistan’s infrastructure, policies, and expansive talent pool are all ready to work for you. Our 3G, 4G and high speed internet create a well-developed infrastructure of communication and data. With connectivity among the highest in the world, Pakistan’s contribution to the gig-economy is growing rapidly. Our talent pool is ideal to accelerate your growth. Desirability for Pakistan’s talent pool is among the highest in the world and with benefits including income tax credit on IT & ITeS exports, zero Income tax on registered technology start-ups, tax holiday for venture capital funds, 100% repatriation of dividends and investments, and commercial loans at preferential rates, steps to unlock ease of business in Pakistan are in full swing.
The Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB), under the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication, has established over 30 software technology parks across the country. These technology parks provide IT companies with rental subsidies and IT-enabled infrastructure while fostering a conducive ecosystem for networking and collaboration within the IT industry. By creating such supportive environments, the government of Pakistan aims to facilitate the growth and development of the IT sector in Pakistan, attracting both local and foreign investments in the dynamic world of technology.
Pakistan’s Vision 2025 lays special emphasis on creation of Digital Economy by ensuring availability of accessible, affordable, reliable and secure ICT services and infrastructure. The vision of the Ministry of IT & Telecommunication for Digital Pakistan is “to bring socio-economic prosperity and citizen empowerment through digital transformation”. Digital Policy is paving the way for digital transformation across the Government as well as private sector. The digital ecosystem is being enabled through a broad range of legislative, policy, regulatory and operational initiatives with a focus on inclusion to help reap the full benefit of digitization both for the citizens as well as for the businesses. In the area of Data privacy and cyber security, we have leapfrogged by introducing policies, and special initiatives which include but not limited to:
Moreover, the Ministry of IT & Telecommunication is actively engaged in shaping cross-sectoral and emerging technology policies to steer Pakistan's digital trajectory. These initiatives encompass:
Two Prefeasibility studies have been under taken by Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority under Ministry of Industries and Production, Government of Pakistan.
The proposed software house provides services for web development, graphic designing, application development and game development. This Prefeasibility document provides details for setting up a Software House with core staff strength of 100. The proposed unit has a total annual service capacity of 89,600 hours per year while working at 8 hours per day for 280 days per year. The starting capacity utilization in the first year of operations is assumed to be 50%, while maximum capacity utilization is assumed to be 85%.Download
This Prefeasibility provides details for setting up “E-Commerce Platform”, which has a capacity of serving 25,920 orders in a year at a maximum capacity of 100%.Download