National Incubation Center Quetta was launched by the Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on May 30, 2018, at the well-known university of Quetta, Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS).
National Incubation Center Quetta is a great resource for startups considering getting off the ground in the best way.
Actually, It is a program that has been Designed, Build, and funded by the Ministry of Information and Telecom in Collaboration with Ignite – National Technology Fund.
“NIC Quetta provides state of the art facility established to nurture startups during their early phases. Our facility provides affordable space, shared office spaces and included services, hands-on management training, marketing support and, often, access to financing.”
“This is a program that includes mentorship and edification where businesses pitch their ideas to the big names within the business community. These entail potential vendors, investors, partners, and customers. Thus, facilitating startups in establishing their grounds as a promising venture.”
Plug N Match
“The Plug ‘N’ Play center offers a per-head rent scale to start-ups. Until the start-ups gain enough profit to afford an independent workspace, our plug n play center works as a makeshift office. As the companies grow in headcount, the rent increases to encourage more mature companies to move out and make room for younger start-ups.”
NIC Quetta, BUITEMS, Takatu Campus, Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences, Airport Road, Baleli, Quetta.
+92 (81) 2880410, +92 (81) 2881036