Pakistan largest IT park to house thousands of freelancers

The Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) has, in principle, approved the construction of the largest IT Park of Pakistan in Islamabad, marking a revolution in the IT scene of the country.

The IT Park in G-10 of the federal capital, it is expected, would be outstanding, representing key milestones along with other initiatives towards the country’s economic growth and technological innovation. PTV News reported on Monday regarding the IT Park.

Operating in a public-private partnership paradigm, this behemoth project will be home to some 6,000 freelancers with modern facilities and tools.

It is positioned to become the center of innovation and growth for the nation’s rapidly expanding IT industry.

The proposed IT Park will create an innovative and collaborative atmosphere that will support an ecosystem in which ideas take root, and there is a further development of synergies for the industry.

The Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication and the Pakistan Software Export Board are two key stakeholders who are currently giving this important consideration for the viability and successful completion of this landmark project. The nation’s approval of Islamabad’s largest IT park demonstrates its dedication to fostering innovation and driving economic development in the digital era from every platform.

Written by Istafa Ali


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