The Pakistan Innovation Network (PIN) will create a comprehensive and responsive ecosystem of entrepreneurship in Pakistan, which entails capacity building and coordination of stakeholders. This network includes faculty, business mentors, investors and philanthropists, development agencies, public sector initiatives and legal experts. Potential entrepreneurs will be mentored and facilitated through the stages of idea conception, incubation, piloting and scale.
The aim of this network is to inform, impact and affect policy change in key focus areas, including business, education, legal and policy reform, health delivery models, alternative energy, urban development and planning, agriculture, food and water, and financial inclusion.
The South Asia Initiative will support this network through Harvard graduate students working in Pakistan. The model will replicate SAI’s successful Graduate Student Associates (GSA) program, to create SAI Pakistan Innovation Network Fellows.
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