ModulusTech to represent Pakistan at the Global Manufacturing & Industrialization Summit, Germany

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ModulusTech has been selected by the Pakistani office of United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) to represent the country at the world’s first Global Manufacturing Industrial Summit (GMIS) scheduled to be held in Germany in the coming month. This comes after the startup was one of the five Pakistani projects awarded by UNIDO under the Global CleanTech […]

Positive Planet: Green Innovation From the Global South – ModulusTech

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After watching the video and googling Modulus Tech, I found that the guitar-playing Nabeel that I knew, founded a start-up that produces low cost flat-packed houses that can be setup in a mere 3 hours using minimal energy and sustainable materials. The products have a ‘DIY-Ikea’ approach whilst being kind to the earth. Nabeel himself is a […]

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Hello Tomorrow Summit, Paris 2017: ModulusTech selected in the Top 100 Deep-tech startups globally.

Posted on 1 CommentPosted in Uncategorized   Hello Tomorrow is the world’s leading nonprofit to accelerate science and tech entrepreneurship. Their mission is to catalyze the intersection of top researchers, entrepreneurs, industry experts and financiers to build the next generation of companies that can really solve humanity’s big challenges. Since 2011, Hello Tomorrow has accelerated the transformation of innovative science […]

ModulusTech builds house in 3 hours for under Rs250,000 (via The Express Tribune)

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Can you imagine building an entire house in only three hours? Or constructing large cost-effective colonies with proper plumbing and electricity within a month? A house that can be assembled and disassembled like Lego blocks? A house that can be transported anywhere because it is flat-packed? No, not a shelter, but a real house that […]

The opportunity in tackling the affordable housing challenge (via McKinsey & Company)

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Experts in housing and urban development weigh in on ways that countries are addressing or plan to take on the $650 billion affordable housing gap. As the world grapples with what some have deemed “the age of urbanization,” affordable housing has become a great concern. At a conference held in Nairobi, the McKinsey Global Institute […]

Tackling the world’s affordable housing challenge (via McKinsey & Company)

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A third of urban dwellers–1.6 billion people–could struggle to secure decent housing by 2025. Here are four approaches that could help. Decent, affordable housing is fundamental to the health and well-being of people and to the smooth functioning of economies. Yet around the world, in developing and advanced economies alike, cities are struggling to meet […]

Industrialized delivery systems and the future of real estate (via McKinsey & Company)

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Real-estate developers should accept that business as they have known it is changing. By adopting new construction technologies, they can improve delivery and affordability. Imagine if people could design and develop their dream homes simply by going online to find the solution that best suits their means and lifestyle. Imagine being able to pick from […]

Pakistani startup ModulusTech aims to provide sustainable housing solution in less than 2 lakh rupees (via TechJuice)

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In the past few years, we have seen a rapid increase in the number of people displaced from their home owing to the consequences of natural catastrophes. When the October 2005 earthquake wreaked havoc in Pakistan’s northern areas, around 4 million people had to leave their homes and resort to settling in refugee camps. Nearly […]