Canadian govt officers go to PITB, focus on freelancing alternatives
Canadian authorities officers from Brampton visited the Punjab Data Expertise Board (PITB) to discover potential collaborations in numerous fields.
The delegation, consisting of Brampton Metropolis Councilor Rodney Energy, Director of Financial Growth Clare Barnett, BHive Programme Supervisor Anam Naseem and ONIP-TBDC Enterprise Growth Officer Umaid Zahid, met senior PITB officers, together with e-Governance Director Common Sajid Latif and Chief Expertise Officer Adil Iqbal Khan.
Throughout the assembly, Latif supplied an in depth overview of tech-driven initiatives carried out by the Punjab authorities, together with the Nationwide Freelance Coaching Program (NFTP), Regional Plan 9 and Nationwide Growth Plan of NICS, which purpose to empower youth, girls and differently-abled individuals.
Barnett mentioned attainable freelancing alternatives in Brampton to assist the Pakistani freelancing group and assist strengthen the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The delegation was additionally given an outline of startups housed on the PITB, and Brampton Metropolis Councilor Energy recommended the board’s efforts to empower youth and promote entrepreneurship, significantly in Punjab.
Printed in The Specific Tribune, Might 8th, 2023.