Mission

Our objective is to educate aspiring entrepreneurs on the mechanics of building businesses from the ground up, via the experiences of those who have already done so.

The Team

Why

Starting a company is no piece of cake. It has it’s ups and it’s many many downs. There are thousands of Pakistanis wanting to open their own businesses today, or one day. We do too, and the first step is knowing what you are going into, what you will face down the road. Learning from those who have taken that road already – maybe that can be ours and your first step.
Mubariz Hayat, University of Texas

Mubariz Hayat, University of Texas

Co-Founder

  Originally from Lahore, Mubariz completed his A levels from Aitchison College in 2009 and went on to Austin, TX to study Economics and dabble in some Business and Computer Science courses. During that time, he has held participatory and leadership roles in organizations such as  3 Day Startup and Texas PSA. He joined Dell in July. You can follow him on Twitter.
Do you have what it takes?

Do you have what it takes?

Team Member

  Are you passionate about startups and meeting new people? Contact us below and let’s talk!
Talha Aziz, University of Waterloo

Talha Aziz, University of Waterloo

Co-Founder

  An Aitchisonian, Talha finished his A-levels in 2009 and had the privilege to study at the University of Waterloo’s Co-op program, completing his bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering. During that period, Talha worked at Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent, Rogers Communications, Public Mobile and Cisco for 4 months each. He joined Ciena’s Research and Development department  in July.
Hamza Hayat, University of Texas

Hamza Hayat, University of Texas

Wordpress Developer & Social Media Analyst

Graduating from Aitchison College Lahore in 2012, Hamza went on to pursue Computer Science and Economics at the University of Texas. His interests are the intersection of business and technology in emerging markets.

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