Extreme Commerce expands its digital learning platform

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05th Aug, 2021. 08:11 pm
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ISLAMABAD: Extreme Commerce expands its digital learning platform with (Video Boot Camp) VBC 150+ to polish the digital skills of entrepreneurs and freelancers.

A press release issued by Mashal, said that Extreme Commerce has introduced more e-commerce and freelancing learning opportunities for users in line with World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report.

The company has developed interactive learning tools for the new generation of entrepreneurs and freelancers.

“As Pakistan’s foremost EdTech with a focus on e-commerce and digital skills, it aims to bring innovation and quality along with tech, altogether under the same roof and ultimately make Pakistan the hub for tech practitioners,” read the press release.

The press release said that in order to meet the skill gaps of Pakistani freelancers it has 50 additional courses for in its “revamped and enhanced” boot camp.

“Video Boot Camp 100 had an extensive range of ecommerce skills that enabled students to obtain sellable skills. But now the additional 150+ courses are designed to provide team building skills, soft skills, marketing, managerial and communication skills. With 50 additional courses comprised of ecommerce and digital skills & 60+ Zameen interviews, Extreme “Commerce is trying to make 2021 a remarkable year for big changes in the ecommerce industry of Pakistan,” said the press release.

The revamped boot camp has also been upgraded with six additional languages to break the language barriers for aspiring freelancers.

The Extreme Commerce is Pakistan’s an edtech startup that focuses on skills development and capacity building within the ecommerce and digital arena.

The company was founded in 2017 and has more than 750,000 members with over 100+ courses and income streams to choose from. The company hopes that by 2025 their members will reach 1 million and help generate over $1 billion in inward remittance for Pakistan.

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