Due to continued lockdown and internet gag, many Kashmir based IT companies are either shut or are on the verge of closing down. Hundreds of young people, who had found jobs in these companies, have been laid off. Owners of these companies after a lot of hard work and tremendous hardships had not just found source of income for themselves but had also employed thousands of youth in their companies. As all IT companies have absolute dependence on internet and most of their clientele, if not all, are based out of Kashmir, it is imperative for us to assist them in whatever way possible to keep them afloat. With no hope of support from any agency Govt. or private, we at Startup Kashmir are making a small effort to reach out to Kashmir based businesses, particularly Information Technology related enterprises, who have suffered a great deal like others in the Valley for more than three months now. In this regard, Startup Kashmir has setup an office facility in Bangalore to provide a workstation with internet connection for each person representing any Valley based enterprise to help them run their business. The facility is free and has been set up for short term in view of the prevailing ground situation. Besides providing free office space, we are also offering a set of consulting services to these companies and individuals free of charge. We will be rolling out the complete program soon.
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