National Incubation Center Karachi is an Ignite-funded and LMKT-operated facility created to serve as a catalyst for Sindh and Pakistan’s economic development.

Housed is Karachi’s NED University Campus, National Incubation Karachi is part of the Ministry of IT & Telecom’s National Incubation Center Program. Under the Program’s public-private partnerships, a string of  incubation centers was established across Pakistan in a bid to promote youth-led entrepreneurship in the country.

The Facility, which is supported by HBL, PTCL, PPAF, Founder Institute and i2i, started operations in May, 2018, and has since inducted 45 startups into its Hatchery and Accelerator programs. NIC Karachi incubates tech and tech-enabled startups from a variety of industries , including, education, agriculture, commerce, waste disposal and robotics.

The Center offers various programs and opportunities to empower talented entrepreneurs and promising startups from the Sindh region with quality incubation programs; access to mentor and investor networks; and technical resources to help create high growth and sustainable businesses.