Mashable: IBA Karachi Becomes Academic Strategic Partner of the First Digital Pakistan Conference

Mashable: IBA Karachi Becomes Academic Strategic Partner of the First Digital Pakistan Conference

The Institute of Business Administration (IBA) Center for Information & Communication Technology, IBA Karachi will be the Academic Strategic Partner of the first ever Digital Pakistan Conference to be held on April 15, 2020.

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between IBA and AMFCO.

Digital Pakistan conference will aspire to bring the largest gathering of globally successful entrepreneurs, technology experts, and leaders together so that Pakistan can be showcased as a n emerging tech-hub.

The conference will explore five main pillars of digitization in Pakistan which can play a pivotal role in the overall socio-economic growth of the country. The conference will also provide its participants a single platform where they can not only share ideas with each other, but will also be getting insights into government projects.

Director IBA ICT & CICT, Imran Batada said, “Since, the world has entered into the 4th revolution which is obviously driven by new technologies such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Block Chain, IoT, Machine Learning etc., it is high time for Pakistan to bridge the gaps in order to sustain this revolution. Digital Pakistan Conference will not be ‘just-another-conference’, rather, through this platform we would like to contribute to the government’s agenda of digitalizing Pakistan.”

AMFCO CEO Maroof Ayub said, “Digital Pakistan Conference will envision Digital Pakistan which will be characterized with e-governance, digital skilling, and implementation and utilization of latest technologies. We are really glad to have a collaboration with IBA for the first time to organize this conference. We hope that this conference will prove to be a success story in spreading awareness about digital awakening in Pakistan.

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