Karandaaz Invites Incubators and Accelerators for its 2nd Innovation Challenge Fund

Karandaaz’s 2nd Innovation Challenge Fund (ICF) will focus on women’s entrepreneurship. Karandaaz Invites Incubators and Accelerators for its 2nd Innovation Challenge Fund. Moreover, it is funded by the Department of International Development (DFID) UK.

Karandaaz Invites Incubators and Accelerators for its 2nd Innovation Challenge Fund

Karandaaz Pakistan launched the first round of the Innovation Challenge Fund in 2016. First ICF focused on improving the current mechanism of foreign remittances from Pakistani workers employed in different parts of the world. Some of the crucial aspects that the ICF focused on improving included the outreach (specifically rural), speed, security, cost, ease of use and increased awareness.

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In ICF Round 2 Karandaaz will invite applications from incubators, accelerators or similar organizations to propose an innovative mentoring program that caters specifically to female entrepreneurs.

If you have an innovative idea to increase the intake, improve the mentoring and incubation and launch women led enterprises, you can now apply. Deadline to apply is June 7, 2017.

The country’s leading promoter of financial inclusion, Karandaaz Pakistan has signed agreements worth PKR 148 Million with three prominent players in the international remittance market under the DFID-funded Innovation Challenge Fund. Karandaaz Signs 3 Agreements to Improve International Remittance Solutions under Innovation Challenge Fund.

For More Details Also Read: Karandaaz Signs 3 Agreements to Improve International Remittance Solutions under Innovation Challenge Fund

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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