Brussels, 14 July 2023 (TDI): A productive meeting was held between Ambassador Amna Baloch, representing the Tech Spring Pakistan initiative, and Isabelle Grippa, the CEO of Hub Brussels.

The meeting focused on strengthening collaboration between both sides in sectors of mutual interest.

During this meeting, both Pakistan and Brussels committed to forging tighter ties and looking into potential areas of cooperation. IT businesses operating in the Brussels Region were cordially invited by  Amna Baloch to take part in the future “Tech Spring Pakistan” event, which is set to take place in 2024.

The importance of cooperation  and the possibility of successful partnerships have been highlighted throughout the conference. This meeting provided a platform for exchanging ideas and expertise in the technology sector.

“Tech Spring Pakistan” aims to highlights the vibrant IT landscape of Pakistan. It promotes opportunities for collaboration and investment. The event will bring together industry professionals, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders.

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Both Ambassador Amna Baloch and Isabelle Grippa expressed confidence about the potential for increased cooperation. They recognized the importance of such initiatives in developing global cooperation and economic prosperity.

Tech Spring Pakistan

Tech Spring Pakistan is a significant project designed to support international cooperation and investment. Its purpose is to strengthen the IT sector in Pakistan. The occasion promotes collaborations between domestic and foreign participants in the industry.

It provides a platform for showcasing the nation’s technological advances.

Hub Brussels

Hub Brussels is a well-known organization whose mission is to encourage and support innovation and entrepreneurship in the Brussels Region. It is a dynamic ecosystem that connects entrepreneurs, businesses, and investors. Its focus is on technology and digital transformation to promote growth and economic development.