5 Pakistani Tech Startups That Will Change The Country’s Economy

1. Markaz App: Redefining Online Sales

The Markaz App is changing how Pakistan sells online. With over 100,000 items available, wholesalers can easily showcase their products on social media platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook, and Instagram. It’s a seamless way to expand reach and connect with customers, with hassle-free features for promoting and selling.

2. Airlift Technologies: Faster Deliveries, Bigger Impact

Airlift Technologies, with $109.2 million in funding, has become Pakistan’s largest tech startup. Originally a transportation service, it swiftly pivoted to fast-paced commerce delivery during the pandemic. Founded by Meher Farrukh, Ahmed Ayub, and Usman Gul, it offers a 30-minute delivery window for groceries, medicine, and essentials.

3. Bazaar: Bridging Small Businesses

Bazaar, a B2B marketplace, received $37.8 million in funding, empowering small enterprises in Pakistan. Founded by Awaid and Saad Jangda, it connects Kiryana outlets seamlessly. With support from investors like Defy Partners and Wavemaker Partners, Bazaar is set to scale and support more businesses.

4. PostEx: Revolutionizing E-commerce Logistics

PostEx, with $8.6 million in funding, simplifies e-commerce logistics. Founded by Omer Khan, Saad Mahmood, Babar Razzaq, and Adil Naseem, it offers upfront payments for vendors, eliminating delays. By integrating finance and logistics, PostEx addresses key e-commerce challenges, ensuring efficiency and customer satisfaction.

5. Retail Technologies: Streamlining Retail Operations

Retailo Technologies, backed by a $9 million investment, optimizes retail supply chains. Founded by Mohammad Nowkhaiz and Talha Ansari, it connects manufacturers, distributors, and wholesalers. With competitive rates and management tools, Retail empowers retailers to achieve optimal stock levels and profitability.

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