Startup Magazine Issue 3

Startup Magazine Issue 3

This is the general perception of the parents who discourage their children when they want to start their own businesses. This disheartening attitude, unfortunately, has become a learnt behavior. Demoralizing and dejecting the entrepreneurial spirit is the norm in our society. The little children visualize and observe every single detail at school level. The power of imagination and creativity can be nurtured and developed at schools and junior institutions. But alas! In a country where the overall early education is in a pitiful state, harnessing the creative skills of the students will be an arduous task.

Establishing a business anywhere in the world is as difficult as in Pakistan. But this shouldn’t stop you. ”.

- Zeeshan Parvaiz Akhtar

If we are able to inculcate out of the box thinking at school level, we still have a chance to compete with the advance nations. Otherwise, we would still be dependent on the western education and would continue praising their discoveries and inventions.
It’s time to think for Pakistan to encourage its own originality, inventiveness and ingenuity.

Here are some stories covered in the issue 3 of Startup magazine.

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