The Great Middle East and Pakistan Super App Careem celebrate the United Nations International Day of Creativity and Innovation and promote early culture growth in Pakistan.
Innovation and creativity are key factors in accelerating economic growth and job creation. To this day, Careem seeks to reiterate his commitment to building institutions that inspire and nurtures the spirit of entrepreneurship in Pakistan.
The COVID-19 epidemic has left the global economy in uproar and stress. On the bright side, however, the digital startup culture is also growing. Many entrepreneurs are trying to benefit from the undiscovered markets and attract early investment from local and international investors.
Well-funded startups like Bazaar, Dastgyr, MedznMore, Ilara Health, Retailo, Truck It In, and new local startups Lettus Kitchen and OkayKer are prime examples of ventures set up by Pakistanis. Such a start paves the way for digital transformation in the country and, at the same time, inspires more entrepreneurs.
What these startups have in general is that they are all co-led or co-founded by Careem Alumni. The latter has gone through another part of Careem’s mission – to build a great, inspiring company.
Careem has forever been, to its core, a technology firm that wants to leapfrog the sector into the digital future. The two co-founders of Careem, Magnus Ollson, and Mudassir Sheikha released the first-grade deck they presented to raise the initial $1.7 million.
It is the embodiment of how Careem has paved the way for young organizers to start their businesses and create healthy conflict and encourage them to maintain good practices, ultimately benefiting the end customers.
Careem has recently announced his ambitious plans to make Pakistan a technology hub and to do so, he is hiring data and Artificial intelligence roles with different levels of seniority. Interested candidates can apply here.