Great news for freelancers in Pakistan. The Caretaker Minister of Information Technology and Telecommunication just shared some fantastic updates. They’re offering interest-free loans, up to a hundred thousand rupees, to help freelancers set up their e-working centers.
This cool move is part of a bigger plan to shake up the freelance scene, giving a major boost to freelancers’ contributions to the economy. It’s not just about providing the basics; they want to create an environment that sparks creativity and productivity.
The official stressed how important it is to give freelancers the right tools and spaces to shine in the digital world. It’s all about setting freelancers up for success!
Also, Pakistan is gearing up to establish 5,000 collaborative E-working centers for freelancers.
Dr. Umar Saif, the Caretaker Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunications, talked about the efforts to attract global investors for startup ventures. He’s even planning a visit to Saudi Arabia! Oh, and the government is all in on creating those 5,000 joint e-working centers for freelancers.
Dr. Umar Saif mentioned how interest-free loans are on the table to make these E-Working Centers happen. The goal? Make freelancers’ lives easier and open up millions of job opportunities in the country. Positive talks with Dr. Shamshad Akhtar, the Caretaker Finance Minister, covered a bunch of cool stuff related to the IT sector. They even chatted about keeping dollars in the IT industry, with good news expected soon.
Fingers crossed for even more awesome updates!