KPITB is inviting investors for Pakistan’s first Digital City at Haripur

By Asra Rizwan on
November 26, 2018
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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa IT Board (KPITB) is inviting investors for Pakistan’s first Digital City, to be based out of Haripur, on the outskirts of capital’s Margalla Hills. The plans of Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa establishing Pakistan Digital City were announced in October by Special Assistant to Chief Minister KPK, Kamran Khan Bangash.

The Haripur site has been selected for its close proximity to the capital city of Islamabad and its newly built airport. The scenic location will provide land with a rich infrastructure to a diverse range of businesses and technology firms on the leasing module.

In order to build the Pakistan Digital City in accordance with industry requirements, KPITB has launched a preliminary demand form for investors to gain feedback and requirements from potential investors. The KPITB preliminary demand form is open to investors across the following industry areas:

  • Electronic Manufacturers
  • Mobile, Computer and Peripheral Manufacturers
  • Communications Equipment Manufacturers
  • Semiconductor and other electronic Manufacturers
  • Audio, Video and Wearable Device Manufacturers
  • Software Houses
  • Technology Incubators
  • Academic Institutes (Universities/Campuses)
  • Hospitality Services Industry
  • Linguistic Training Providers
  • Business Process Outsourcing Firms

Potential investors can fill this form to share their requirements for Pakistan Digital City.

 
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