Biggest Tech & Freelancing Connected Pakistan Conference 22, Registration Closing Soon

The largest technology and freelancing conference in Pakistan, Connected Pakistan Conference 22, will take place on Friday, October 21st at the University of South Asia Barki Road in Lahore. Over 30,000 attendees are anticipated during the three-day conference, which will be hosted at the University of South Asia Burki Campus.

Workshops, outdoor activities, motivating speakers, and networking opportunities will all be featured during the conference. For freelancers, students, and business owners, the aim is to create an environment that inspires them and fosters the development of their learning abilities. E-commerce, including eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Accelerator Freelancer Lounge, Connected Empower Lounge, Content Creators Lounge, and Game & App Development Lounge, are the primary topics that will be covered by the conference.

The 22nd Connected Pakistan Conference will provide attendees with a contemporary freelancing experience in the heart of a historic city. In addition to many other well-known speakers, Professor Dr. Javed Iqbal, Dr. Muhammad Amjad Saqib, Mr. Alex Berman, and many others have been asked to speak at this prestigious occasion. The event will feature more than 300 speakers to broaden the audience’ awareness of all facets of life. The nation’s youth and those interested in digital trade will have the chance to speak with various CEOs, managers, trainers, and company founders. The intention is to assist the younger generation by sharing the knowledge and wisdom of successful corporate and commercial people.

The event will also include a variety of recreational activities in addition to technical and motivational lectures. Live theatre, Sufi music, comedy, tech stars, and cricket madness night are a few of these events.

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