daftarkhwan | coworking | Lahore
Imran Khan, founder and managing director of RapidCompute, Pakistan’s first indigenous enterprise-class public cloud provider, shares his compelling startup journey this insights session. RapidCompute, a division of Cybernet, the leading internet and data communication network service provider in Pakistan, was founded in 2011, quickly growing to be operational in 10 different cities in the country, serving clients across various sectors in Pakistan, Dubai, Sri Lanka and the Middle East.
Ricult, operating in the US, Thailand and Pakistan, is a data analytics platform that uses AI and machine learning to force data from agricultural value chains, then processed on their proprietary algorithms, to generate actionable insights for the entire ecosystem. Ricult prizes productivity and profitability, aiming to help those who work hard day in and day out to help us at the most fundamental level, sustenance.
daftarkhwan came to life back in 2016, serving as a meeting point for entrepreneurs, startups and enterprising companies. By offering state of the art, agile workplaces that suit the needs of the modern day, daftarkhwan has become one of the leading coworking spaces in Pakistan.
Pakistan is one of the few blessed countries in the world gifted with diverse cultures and immense natural beauty, it is a heaven for any thrill-seeking and nature-loving travel enthusiast. So much so that Traveler by Conde Nast ranked Pakistan #1 as the ‘best holiday destination’ for 2021.
The year 2020 has been a roller-coaster ride for everyone: bushfires in Australia, blast in Lebanon and lastly, the covid — 19, something that we’re still struggling with or will have to for the next couple of years, if not for the rest of our lives.
Daftarkhwan recently hosted the fourth iteration of the ‘VC Exchange’ (VCX) in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS). The purpose of VCX was to bring forth the creme de la creme of the startup ecosystem and match them with angel investors and venture capital firms investing in Pakistani startups.