Pakistani talented startup founders listed in Forbes 30 under 30 2017 Edition
Forbes is a well-known American journal that has published its annual feature 30 under 30 for 2017. Few talented Pakistani individuals have listed Forbes because of their exceptional startups in Pakistan including Bilal Ather and Waqas Ali. Pakistanis are proud to have these skilled and professional personalities featured in the IT related industry for Asia.
Bilal Athar is the CEO of Wifigen and is shortlisted in Forbes for 30 under 30 Enterprise Technology List. Bilal is among the 30 talented Asian people who were listed in Forbes. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer at Wifigen and introduced a startup that was a member of Plan9s 5th incubation cycle. The startup gained popularity and grabbed $1 million valuations.
Waqas Ali is also one of the talented Pakistani listed by Forbes. He is the Chief executive officer of the remarkable e-commerce platform Markhor. He is named under 30 Retail and Ecommerce department Asia. The Markhor campaign started in 2014 and raised $107,286 from only 508 backers from all over the world. Markhor is the first Pakistani startup, which was enrolled in Y Combinator.
Wifigen is a great platform, which consumers can easily link with other corporate companies. The companies offer free Wifi service to the people who allow their data to be shared with the enterprise. While Markhor is an e-commerce platform which is specialized in making the profound accessories and shoes out of Pakistani leather industry which is sold abroad.
Forbes 30 under 30 is an annual feature of Forbes, which honors 600 exceptional individuals under the age of 30 from all over the world. Forbes lists 600 individuals in 20 different industries including Enterprise Technology, Sports, Media, Retail, and E-commerce.
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