The Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) soft-opened its newest e-Earn co-working space in Sahiwal on Monday, marking the eighth location of its kind in the province.
This was a big stride. The construction of a co-working space in collaboration with Sahiwal’s “Carrier Institute” is the outcome of this collaborative endeavor.
The co-working facility is a member of e-Earn, Punjab’s largest network of co-working spaces, which supports independent contractors and creates equitable employment possibilities with a focus on women and people with disabilities.
As part of its strategic plan, PITB intends to open 11 e-Earn Co-working Spaces across the province.
With the help of private partners, these venues are currently open in DG Khan, Bahawalpur, Gujranwala, Multan, and Faisalabad.
PITB Chairman Faisal Yousaf highlighted the significance of this project by saying, “The opening of the new co-working space in Sahiwal underscores the ongoing commitment of PITB towards empowering diverse communities and fostering a culture of collaborative and flexible work environments across the province.”
In addition to giving independent contractors great chances to work in comfortable settings, the growth of co-working spaces also fosters diversity by guaranteeing that women and people with disabilities have equal access to these areas.
The expansion of co-working spaces throughout the province is evidence of PITB’s commitment to assisting diverse populations and promoting a collaborative work environment.
The initiatives to increase e-Earn’s accessibility represent a big step in Punjab’s direction toward a more flexible and inclusive workplace environment.