It ended Saturday at the Islamia University of Bahawalpur. The chief guest was Senator Aon Abbas Buppi, PM’s Special Assistant on e-Commerce.
His remarks emphasized the PTI government’s support for online enterprises and the creation of rules that benefit freelancers.
He stated that the government’s IT efforts are already paying off and that e-Commerce is revolutionizing the country.
He stated that although worldwide IT workers make $21 per hour, Pakistani freelancers and IT workers earn barely $2.
He urged young freelancers and entrepreneurs to come up with new ideas. He thinks w-Commerce can thrive in South Punjab, notably Bahawalpur. He praised Vice-Chancellor Atha Mahboob of Islamia University Bahawalpur for holding Tech Nation Conference.
Youth should follow Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision to accomplish Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Iqbal’s dreams.