When a lot of people talking about terrorism, economic instability and bad image of Pakistan. Few people are actually working hard to make a difference in Pakistan. Five Pakistanis and a local startup have made it to the Forbes 30 under 30 Asia 2019 list of entrepreneurs and game-changers.
This big news must reach every corner of the country because we need such motivation to work smartly for the betterment of our country. Here is the brief detail of 5 Pakistani’s and a startup made to Forbes this year. 300 names were chosen by Forbes in this category among 2000 entries.
Karishm Ali is 21-year-old girl, belongs to Chitral. She is the only female football player that is playing from his home town at the national club level, stated by Forbes. She has represented her country in Jubilee Games in Dubai and also founded Chitral’s women sports club. She earned fame at a very young age.
Ahmed Rauf Essa
Ahmed Rauf is a co-founder of Telemart. According to Forbes it is one of the largest e-commerce platforms in Pakistan. Ahmed in the age of just 23 acquired such a big position. No doubt, he is proud of his country.
She is a water analyst with Global Green Growth investment’s policy solutions division. According to Forbes, she has led and worked at research organizations like World Bank, the US Army Corps of Engineers, and the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences on climate-smart irrigation, flood risk reduction, and river basin planning. She at the age of 29 is creating a powerful impact on the country in the whole world.
Zain Ashraf Mughal
Zain is the founder of Seed Out, a non-funded, non-religion and non-political crowdfunding platform. This platform was founded 4 years ago and has raised 600 entrepreneurs in four cities of Pakistan. Zain started this platform at a very young age and currently, he is just 28.
Zainab is 29 and in 2013 she founded Pakistan’s Society for Green energy to develop a new method of renewable energy. The company has a bio-fuel from waste tissue paper and a drought resistance plant that can be made into bio- diesel.
Roshni rides is a commuter service for female carpooling. The co-founder aims to provide reliable service for the commute to refugees by providing rickshaws to common destinations like hospitals and markets.