More and more Pakistani small business owners and micro-entrepreneurs alike are turning to crowdfunding. This alternative to traditional funding sources is opening doors for Pakistan businesses.
Many Pakistani small business owners and micro-entrepreneurs have turned to crowdfunding in order to receive access to much-needed funding. This is an opportunity to help alleviate poverty.
Poverty is Pakistan is becoming a widespread social issue. What can be done to help the poor in Pakistan society empower themselves and change their lives for the better?
Seed Out, the first Islamic crowdfunding site for local Pakistani students and small business owners was established back in 2014.
Crowdfunding is a trend that has been gaining popularity in countries all over the planet. Pakistan has jumped on the bandwagon in an effort to raise project funds for local businesses and students.