CIRCLE Women Association brings the world’s biggest female centric tech startup competition SHE LOVES TECH to Pakistan for the sixth year in a row.
Expressing her inspiration behind bringing She Loves Tech to Pakistan, CIRCLE’s founder Sadaffe Abid says: “At CIRCLE we are committed to promoting digital and financial inclusion of women along with creating an enabling ecosystem for women startups and women in tech. HBL has been our key partner from early days and collectively we will be impacting thousands of women across the country to create a more prosperous Pakistan.”
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The plan is to expand the network from 13 cities in 2021 to hosting the competition in 15 cities this year which will also include second tier cities like Sukkur, Hyderabad, Bahawalpur, Multan, Jamshoro, and Gilgit Baltistan etc. in addition to major cities i.e. Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore.
CIRCLE has been hosting the competition virtually from the last two years because of the pandemic, however this year, the competition activities will be conducted on-ground.
In 2021, more than 200 applications were received from all over Pakistan. 60 startups from the local rounds pitched in September 2021 which was followed by the country’s top 10 competing in the finals.
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