Tamman Farms claims to produce 100% organic honey on the ancestral lands of the founders in District Chakwal. Ayma, one of the founders of the startup, completed her education in design. But after completing her studies from Australia, she wanted to explore the honey business since she had access to her ancestral lands which she knew she could utilize for apiculture.
Although beauty salons in Pakistan have a prominent presence on social media driving their massive sales, the bookings’ section is not systemized. BookMySpot helps the users to book their appointments and receive a confirmation allowing them to visit the salon on the appointed time. The platform also offers various discounts and packages for customers who book services through their app.
Beautyhooked.com is an ecommerce platform that is tapping right onto this gap. It is a content backed multi-brand ecommerce platform, specializing in the beauty and consumer care industry. However, what makes it a unique online beauty shopping experience for consumers is that it claims to provide a selection of authentic beauty products. The platform also provides guidance-based beauty content, and personalized experts’ consultations, that are focused on helping the consumer find best product fit amongst the thousands of brands, SKUs, products, and variants.
Crickistan is an AMS (Athlete Management System) that works for both cricket players as well as cricket management organizations. For players currently it’s a web platform and a mobile application. It is a data management tool which stores psychological, medical and fitness data of the players and calculates how they are progressing over the period of time.
According to a research ‘approach to teaching’ in Pakistan lacks the enhancement of critical thinking and self-reflection among students along with their teachers who seem to ignore such elements in their pedagogical process. The lectures in universities are aided by boring PowerPoint slides providing no interactive learning for students.
The concept of social responsibility in businesses revolves around brands being good citizens balancing their money-making mission with things that benefit the society at large. Socially responsible advertising therefore involves efforts towards attracting consumers towards acts that contribute positively towards the community and purchasing products that make a positive difference.
Second-hand buying/selling enables the circular economy and also waste reduction due to its sustainability character. Second-hand ecommerce has considerable acceptance in Pakistan with platforms like OLX generating huge sales across the country.