Alibaba Global Initiatives (AGI), Alibaba Group’s training arm, is launching its Alibaba Netpreneur Training Program in Pakistan today, with backing from Daraz, a renowned e-commerce platform in South Asia and an Alibaba Group business, as well as the Pakistan Trade Development Authority.
A variety of online courses and seminars will be offered over the four-week program to assist local entrepreneurs in leveraging digital technologies to build their enterprises.
The Netpreneur Training Program is meant to provide practical and actionable methods for entrepreneurs and business executives in a variety of industries to succeed in the digital economy. AGI has taught around 1,600 entrepreneurs throughout the world as a result of this program.
Developing on the success of past versions of this program, this time’s curriculum will delve into the newest trends and practices driving China’s digital economy, as well as address methodologies and frameworks for building a successful and innovative firm in today’s digital environment.
Classes will be taught in English online by Alibaba-certified trainers and business executives who have led their own digital firms to success.
“The opportunities for digital development in Pakistan are bright. As the second largest e-commerce market in South Asia, Pakistan has immense growth potential. We are keen to help SMEs gain a digital edge and support business leaders with the essential knowledge and skills to succeed in the digital economy,” Dan Liu, Senior Advisor at Alibaba Global Initiatives, stated.
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