According to latest Pakistan Business news, EatOye, the leading Pakistani food ordering portal was announced as the winner company in Pakistan for the year 2014 – PASHA ICT Awards, in Hospitality and Tourism category. EatOye, privileged as Pakistan’s outstanding star in the hospitality community, the competition was headed up by P@SHA.
P@SHA and a panel of renowned industry analysts, journalists, academics, and experts searched the technology innovation landscape across Pakistan in search of Pakistan’s bright service providing stars that have established excellence in innovation, leadership, and growth potential. A total of 32 Pakistani companies were named as finalists for the 2014 P@SHA ICT award, selected from a pool of over 128 entries from the technology and service sectors.
The 2014 Startup P@SHA Awards has named EatOye Pakistan as one of the Best Startup Companies of the Year and awarded other business organizations with top honors.
Held in the Movenpick Hotel Karachi, the event brought together the leading entrepreneurs, communities and organizations dedicated to supporting Pakistani grown businesses.
“We’re thrilled to win this award,” says Nauman Sikandar, Chief Executive Officer, EatOye!
“The chosen firms have been recognized for bright business propositions and expressive market strategies. We’re happy to have EatOye as a star in the P@SHA ICT Award category, which demonstrates that our belief in our business strategy was well-founded given continued acceleration in the market since we first launched 9 months ago.”
Our amazing product has allowed us to expand locally since our official launch 9 months ago, and being recognized for our aggressive growth is a real honor.”
“But other things matter more, like our team members are the real stars – we all win because of their commitment. On behalf of EatOye and all our partners, we thank P@SHA for its work in highlighting the importance of entrepreneurship to Pakistan’s future,” concluded Nauman.
EatOye Pakistan will also be a part of the P@SHA delegation from Pakistan that will compete at the APICTA (Asia Pacific ICT Awards) in Jakarta, Indonesia against 17 IT economies including Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Taiwan and Vietnam.
The ICT Awards, that most likely are considered the Oscars of the entrepreneurship community, are set up to celebrate Pakistan’s entrepreneurship activation and advancement in their inaugural year.
EatOye position as a Pakistani center of excellence for innovative startup businesses was long-established with several other mentions since beginning.