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CDA and PSEB Unveil Ambitious Plans for Islamabad’s Future with IT Park Project

In a bid to propel Islamabad into the forefront of technological advancement, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and the Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) jointly hosted an open house event to reveal their visionary plans for an IT park in the capital.

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Gathering key stakeholders from the IT industry, the event underscored the pivotal role of IT parks in catalyzing innovation, fostering economic growth, and propelling technological progress in the region. Led by CDA Chairman Muhammad Ali Randhawa and attended by representatives from various IT organizations, including Member Technology and Director PSEB, the event showcased insights and perspectives on the potential of the proposed IT Park.

Randhawa reiterated the commitment of the authorities to collaborate closely with industry stakeholders, regulatory bodies, and investors to ensure the successful establishment and development of the IT park. Emphasizing the dedication to provide necessary infrastructure and regulatory support, he envisioned the IT park as a nucleus of innovation, creativity, and economic prosperity.

Highlighting the importance of a dedicated space for technology-based businesses and startups, Member Technology emphasized that the proposed IT park in Islamabad is a strategic initiative poised to attract investment, create job opportunities, promote research and development, and fuel Pakistan’s digital transformation.

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Director PSEB underscored the pivotal role of IT parks in boosting the country’s IT exports, enhancing global competitiveness, and fostering the growth of the IT industry.

The open house event facilitated in-depth discussions, site visits, and engagements, offering attendees insights into the vision, objectives, and timeline for the IT park project. Participants, including industry experts, government officials, and potential collaborators, seized the opportunity to exchange ideas and explore partnership opportunities.

The proposed IT Park in Islamabad aims to cultivate a dynamic ecosystem conducive to entrepreneurship, technology-driven solutions, and sustainable growth in the IT sector. Positioned as a landmark initiative, it signals Pakistan’s ambition to emerge as a leading hub for technology, innovation, and digital transformation.

With ambitious plans underway, Islamabad stands poised to embrace a future defined by technological prowess and innovation-driven progress.