Alongside conducting courses and workshops to promote continuous learning and contribute in upskilling the workforce, atomcamp organizes different events to promote creativity, entrepreneurship and active learning to offer alternative activities for families and businesses alike.

wecamp Festival November 2022 (Coming Soon)
After the success of the two previous festivals, atomcamp is preparing for the third wecamp festival on 5th – 6th of November in collaboration with PNCA (Pakistan National Council of Arts). The festival will provide a platform for women entrepreneurs to showcase their talent and skills, increase their brand visibility and find opportunities to grow their businesses.
wecamp Festival March 2022
The second wecamp Festival wecamp Festival, March 2022 took place on 12th – 13th March, in partnership with the Bank of Punjab, Midcity Housing Lahore, Islamabad Women Chamber of Commerce & Industry and SEED Pakistan. The number of participants also increased in the second festival, with a total of 200 women entrepreneurs setting up stalls. The festival was attended by Members of the Parliament across political parties, diplomats, and business leaders from Islamabad. The event was covered by electronic and print media including PTV, Samaa TV, Dunya News, Express News, Abb Takk News, Geo News, Daily Urdu Times, Business Recorder, and The Nation. Further, bloggers and vloggers covered the event on social media. This offered high visibility to the women entrepreneurs who participated in the festival.
wecamp Festival November 2021
The first wecamp Festival took place on 28th November, 2021 at the Fatima Jinnah Park in Islamabad. It was organized by atomcamp in partnership with The Bank of Punjab,, National Skills University Islamabad, Inspire Mill, Islamabad Capital Territory Administration, Islamabad Police, SEED Pakistan and Teamup. The festival featured 100 home-based women entrepreneurs showcasing arts and crafts, food and bakery items, home décor, accessories and other handmade items.

The event was inaugurated by Chair SDGs Committee on Child Rights, MNA Mehnaz Akbar Aziz (PML-N), Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Capital Development Authority Affairs, MNA Ali Nawaz Awan (PTI), Member of Standing Committees Information and Broadcasting, MNA Naz Baloch (PPP), and Group Head, Retail and Priority Sectors Lending at the Bank of Punjab, Mr. Asif Riaz.
Art & Craft Festival October 2021
To promote creativity and learning by doing, atomcamp organized an Art & Crafts Festival at the National Skills University, Islamabad. The festival included activities to develop the artistic skills and creative process in children through exploration, imagination and the art of making. The event was also covered in electronic and print media. Visitors included the Head of Delegation of the European Union, Androulla Kaminara, Member of National Assembly, Kanwal Shauzab, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Amna Baig, among others. Oxbridge Innovative Solutions were the training partner with atomcamp, conducting the crafty science experiment activity for children. The activity introduced the children to science projects and demonstrated difficult concepts through interactive and fun methods.

The event was attended by people from all walks of life, including families from Islamabad and Rawalpindi, schoolchildren, and parliamentarians, and dignitaries from city administration. Visitors engaged in art and craft activities. The art activity included painting on a canvas with acrylic paints. Both children and adults got creative in making beautiful images. Younger children got an outlet to draw at the crayon drawing stations. atomcamp’s volunteer art trainers guided the activity and helped people in handling art material. “The world is focusing on providing skills. We have provided all the material for visitors for a hands-on experience on skills development,” said co-founder atomcamp, Naveed Iftikhar.