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How to start a business in Kabul

How to start a business in Kabul

The Founder Institute in collaboration with Ibtikaar organised a half day workshop on "How to Start a Startup in Kabul". The event was held at ICTI Conference Hall on 6th June 2015. The aim of the awareness programme was to provide the necessary information and knowledge to the participants on how to start a business in Kabul. The session was also an opportunity to market the Ibtikaar programme and incubatees were allocated free stands to display and market their product and services. Around 200 participants attended the program

Team and Advisors

Team and Advisors

The aim of this session was to familiarize incubatee participants about Team building and process involved. The areas covered included type of team, founders and advisors. Documents and templates were provided to participants to work on an assignment in this respect. The deadline for submission of assignment is 30th June 2015

AISA Vice President Met Ibtikaar

AISA Vice President Met Ibtikaar

Ibtikaar - Incubatees attentively listening to AISA Vice President, Mr Mohammad Ibrahim Shams and Mr Mohammad Karim Anwary, Director of Information Technology talks about company registration procedures and incentives on 20th May 2015

Aghaez Interviews with startups

Aghaez Interviews with startups

AGHAEZ and TechNation will work together to develop and provide support through business advisory services, strategic management advice, training and coaching amongst others to MCIT – Ibtikaar incubatees.

Mentor-ship Agreement

Mentor-ship Agreement

Ahmad Fahim Didar had been signed an agreement with Omar Mansoor Ansari in terms of mentor-ship in Ibtikaar , so it would help our start-ups to being stable within competitors through the market