D2PAK brings an exciting opportunity for Pakistani Entrepreneurs!

Innovation District 92 proudly announces the launch of the Detroit-Punjab Entrepreneurship Exchange Program (D2PAK) in collaboration with Global Ties Detroit and TechTown Detroit. Committed to strengthening the startup community, ID92 is thrilled to bring D2PAK to Pakistan for the first time!

The core objective of this two week long, fully funded exchange program is to increase investment and entrepreneurship opportunities in Punjab as well as in SE Michigan. For a founder, this is the ultimate crash course you need to get deep insights and a balanced world view. Through the exchange you will get to meet industry giants, see how world class organizations progress and receive personalized mentoring sessions.

Chief Innovation Officer The Superior Group and Co-Founder ID92, Nabeel A. Qadeer along with General Manager Innovation The Superior Group, Faizan Mahmood have brought this exchange program to Pakistan with hopes to expand opportunities for the youth. Notable names facilitating and making this grant possible are Faris Alami, Founder & CEO, International Strategic Management, Inc., Antoine Dubeauclard, President, Media Genesis, Jonathan Quarles, Founder & CEO, The BTL Group and Marian Reich, Executive Director, Global Ties Detroit.

The two week professional program will include three primary elements: 1. Technical trainings 2. IVLP style site visits 3. Customized mentoring and individual coaching. The detailed breakdown of the program will be announced soon.

‘Being an entrepreneur myself and having an extensive background in running exchange programs for founders, I know how experiencing the startup culture around the world matures a founder. Through the deep rooted network that I have across the entrepreneurial ecosystem, I would want to reach out to every deserving entrepreneur to make the best of this opportunity.’ – Faizan Mahmood, GM Innovation The Superior Group and Head of Strategy, Innovation District 92.

The program is open to everyone in Punjab and will run a vigorous selection procedure to select the best. Women, minorities, people with disabilities, at-risk youth and other underserved communities are highly encouraged to apply for this two week long entrepreneurship exchange.