Founder Institute has partnered with DotZero to offer funding to the best startups in Karachi.
DotZero, Pakistan’s first community space for entrepreneurs and technology enthusiasts to collaborate, has supported 50 startups over the last two years, helping them raise over $20 million and hire over 250 local engineers.
DotZero recently launched an angel investment fund named DotZero Ventures and it’s this fund that’ll be working with Karachi chapter of the Founder Institute to offer top graduates a shot at a pre-seed convertible note investment amount of $20,000 (PKR 2,000,000).
More About the Founder Institute Program:
At the Founder Institute, promising startup entrepreneurs “learn by doing”over the course of four months. In the part time program, they get to launch a company through structured training courses, do practical business-building assignments, and get expert feedback from a large network of business mentors. Aspiring founders are not required to quit their day job to participate, so they can begin building a business around their ideas without putting their livelihood at risk.