PlanX is Technology Startups Accelerator by Punjab Information Technology Board PITB. PlanX is Pakistan’s first accelerator of its kind which seeks to promote sustainability and accelerate the mid-stage startups.
Founded in 2014, PlanX takes in mid-stage technical school start-ups that have already got a viable product and transforms them to the next level by increasing their business and providing them access to multiple funding resources, mentors, connection with angel investors and exposure to the global market. It’s totally different from other accelerating programs as a result of it doesn’t take any equity from start-ups. YES, NO EQUITY. This is most likely as a result of the program is backed by the Punjab Information Technology Board.
They offer a six-month equity-free acceleration program specially design for mid-stage startups to accelerate and expand their businesses.
Mentorship: Experienced Mentors give their technical and practical guidance based on specific startup ideas to the new entrepreneurs.
Training: From the industry experts, workshops and training sessions are arranged for entrepreneurs to further develop their business.
Investors Networking: They connect their startups to the right investors, providing them access to multiple funding resources, mentors and help their exposure to the global market.
Resources: In PlanX, startups are offered free co-working space, business development opportunities, legal-aid, mentorship, and networking opportunities.
Business Development: Business development associates and experienced entrepreneurs conduct regular meetings with startups and advise them.
Zero Equity: It’s totally different from other accelerating programs as a result of it doesn’t take any equity from start-ups. YES, NO EQUITY.
Is your startup ready for acceleration? Applications are open for Planx Technology Acceleration Program. This is a big opportunity for mid-stage startups to accelerate their business. Click the link below for apply.
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