President Dr. Arif Alvi on Saturday opened Zindigi Future Fest 2022, the country’s largest digital conference and expo, which is sponsored by JS Bank.
With over 30,000 estimated attendees, 250+ world-class speakers, innovation workshops, and over 100 exhibitor stalls. Imran Haleem Shaikh, chief operating officer of JS Bank and chairman of the Special Technology Zones Authority (STZA), as well as other members of the public, private, and tech communities, attended the opening.
Future Fest 2022, sponsored by BankIslami, was held in Islamabad from May 13 to 15, 2022. The three-day event featured four conferences, an innovation exhibition, and a diverse lineup of Pakistan’s most well-known digital firms, entrepreneurs, investors, brainiacs, technologists, and netizens. Leadership from the public and business sectors also attended the event to explore the role of technology in the nation’s future.
30,000+ people attended Future Fest 2022, which featured 250+ world-class speakers, 100+ exhibitors, unlimited networking, and 20+ events spread across four mega conferences.
The event featured several announcements, including the creation of three international venture capital funds in Pakistan and many key technology initiatives, and was attended by more than 100 foreign guests, including the world’s top investors and entrepreneurs.
Future Fest will host four conferences at the same time: Pakistan Ecommerce, Quixel’s Pakistan Developer Conference, Startup Grind Pakistan, and Freelance Fest 2022. The inaugural Pakistan Developer Conference aims to honour Pakistan’s flourishing development sector.
The inaugural Pakistan Ecommerce Conference is a celebration of Pakistan’s vast talent pool, which ranges from trailblazing companies and entrepreneurs to IT gurus, industry experts, and thought leaders.
Future Fest 2022 will host the second edition of the Startup Grind Pakistan conference. The world’s largest community of entrepreneurs, founders, innovators, and creators is Startup Grind. This conference recognized Pakistan’s startup ecosystem’s successes while also looking ahead to new opportunities.
Pakistan has had an exceptional year for startups and technology in 2021, with firms rising over $350 million in funding. PAFLA, Pakistan’s first freelancer showcase, will be held at Freelance Fest 2022.
Future Fest events are critical for young people to not just learn from the greatest, but to carve their own road to success, even if it means failing several times.
Executives from several industries shared their expertise, and young, aspiring business leaders had the opportunity to form long-lasting bonds with future tech experts.”
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