The Incubation Process
I am privileged to be a part of the NIC family. It’s been a great run; we are working with multiple big clients and generating enough revenue to support our operations. I am thankful for all the mentorship and the networking opportunities that NIC provided us over our incubation period. Running a startup requires a whole range of skills that our universities hadn’t inculcated. It was during our incubation that we acquired all the different skills that any business requires and emerged as a stronger team.
My journey at the NIC has been a roller coaster ride. CricFlex was able to meet Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Shoaib Akhtar all through NIC's efforts. Even after graduating we are an integral part of the NIC family, and I truly believe that NIC has played a pivotal role in getting CricFlex to where it is today. I would like to congratulate Teamup for doing such a great job.
NIC Is a heaven for innovators, disruptors and collaborators. Leaving my hometown and joining NIC to pursue my startup dream was one of the toughest decisions I have ever made. It’s a long journey and NIC folks are helping me out in opening new horizons and opportunities for me. I am glad I made that decision because just months into the program I have developed a robust business plan, forged some key partnership and developed my soft skills. I am thankful to the NIC team for being helpful and collaborative.
Being an entrepreneur is tough but being a mompreneur is even more challenging. The daycare facility provided at the NIC really helped me focus more on my work. I appreciate the NIC’s effort in creating a safe and an enabling environment for the women entrepreneurs.
Noor us Saba
Co-Founder, Plate 101