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Naya Pakistan Housing Accelerator Opens New Avenues for Construction Start-ups

03/12/2019

Naya Pakistan Housing Accelerator Opens New Avenues for Construction Start-ups

Do you own a construction company? Have you recently started your firm and have plans to completely alter the way the sector already works? Do you have trouble finding an appropriate channel to showcase your talent? Do you have brilliant ideas to change the residential sector facade and houses outlook? If the answer is yes to the most of questions then you should apply for the Naya Pakistan Housing Accelerator (NYPHA).

It is a 15 weeks program to provide construction start-up companies that have unique and innovative ideas in the construction sector to provide access to resources, mentors and experts as well as investors. Selected companies will have a chance to work with the leading construction companies in Pakistan and win contracts - in short having an unprecedented opportunity.

In the first phase, NYPHA is looking for start-ups and companies which can tackle three major issues in the construction industry: Materials, Data, and People.

The NYPHA is being launched by Trioca Ventures in collaboration with HBL, International Industries Limited, NED, UMT, UET, NUST, and several other leading universities.

What will Construction Companies Get from NYPHA?

Here's what construction companies can expect, if they happen to work with NYPHA.

  • Access to avenues and resources for growing your business
  • Subsidized loans and quick access to specially designed funding for the sector
  • Offers from service providers
  • Experts' mentoring
  • Promotional and marketing opportunities


NYPHA Schedule

If you own a construction start-up, with a validated product or service that is market ready, with paying customers and think your product can address one of our challenges then you can apply to Naya Pakistan Housing Accelerator today.

Here's the NYPHA schedule:
On the other hand, the crime index and safety index of Islamabad are 30.47, and 69.53 respectively. Whereas Lahore is at 38.43, and 61.57 while Karachi’s crime and safety index are 56.79, and 43.21 respectively.
Applications:15 January 2020
Preparation Day:01 February 2020
Pitch Day:30 February 2020
Accelerator program and market trial:15 March 2020

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