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.
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
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When fresh college graduate Nabeel Siddiqui launched a startup in Karachi in January 2017 with two of his friends to build low-cost, portable housing, his parents thought he was just “experimenting,” and assumed he would turn to a 9-to-5 job sooner or
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?
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Pakistani startup ModulusTech aims to provide sustainable housing solution in less than 2 lakh rupees (via TechJuice)
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