A panel arranged by Careem discussed the future of work and the integration of technology in the day to day dealings of corporate organizations in an event arranged on Thursday, Sep 13. The panel of experts included Omer Moin Malik of Telenor Microfinance Bank, Omair Zeeshan of Finca Bank and Bilal Mumtaz of Sehat.com.
Representatives from different companies attended the event and participated actively in the discussion. The event comprised of a brief introduction of the Careem for Business services, an insightful panel discussion with representatives from the Banking, Telecommunications and Healthcare sector and an engaging tea and networking session at the end.
The panel discussed revolved around the long awaited bloom of the tech industry in Pakistan and the role companies like Careem can play in it. Utility of products like Careem for business and the maturity of people experience through these in the corporate sector were also discussed.
“Careem wishes to move people – both physically and intellectually. It is a pleasure aiding the tech industry in making refined strides through Careem’s thought leadership initiatives.
Careem provides customized products to corporates as well and looks to improve the experience of employees through tech integrated products. It was a humbling experience to host industry leaders and talk about the future of work through new and advanced features and technology,” said Ammar Naveed, General Manager Lahore, Careem Pakistan.
Careem is the only unicorn in the broader MENA region including Pakistan. It is considered a tech leader in the country and wishes to help empower the growth of the startup industry. Careem has also launched ERUPT – a virtual ecosystem for Startups, Incubators & Academia. MENA region’s first Billion Dollar company is eager to bridge the gap between the tech ecosystem and academia, while positioning Careem as the epicenter of Technology Innovation in the region.
Careem is the region’s leading ride hailing service with a mission to provide reliable mode of transportation and create millions of jobs. It is an online platform that connects ride seekers to independent service providers. Established in July 2012, Careem’s network is widespread in almost 100 cities across 14 countries in the broader Middle East, including North Africa, Turkey and Pakistan. Operating in Pakistan since March 2016, Careem’s network is spread across 15 cities in Pakistan and growing.
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