Pamella de Leon is the Startup Section Editor at Entrepreneur Middle East. She is keen on the MENA region’s entrepreneurship potential, with a specific interest to support enterprises and individuals creating an impact.
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Sweetheart Kitchen Raises US$17.7 Million In Series C Funding Round To Launch New Brands And Kitchen Units Across MENA
With the new capital fusion, the team is excited to scale across the region as they originally planned, starting with its relaunch in Kuwait.
Kuwait-Based Floward's Abdulaziz Al Loughani On How Preparedness Helped His Startup Navigate The Impact Of COVID-19
"We're no different to this statement: fortune favors the prepared."
Founder and CEO Habeeb Furqan aims to streamline the entire photography process for an informal and simple experience with his venture Kapturise, an on-demand photography app for your personal and business needs.
MENA Investors AB Ventures And DASH Ventures Give A Boost To US Fintech Startup Veem In Strategic Funding Round
The funding round boasts an impressive global investor base, ranging with participants from the US, China, Japan, Australia, Malaysia, Canada and Jordan.
Enabling An Environment For Innovation: Dr. James Trotter, Dean And Academic President of Murdoch University Dubai
"Innovation is not usually the product of a genius individual working in isolation, but most often results from the collective work of a talented team working in a collaborative environment."
Dreaming Big: Topstretching ME Co-Founder And Partner German Gussakovskiy Hasn't Let A Pandemic Stop His Ambitions For His Enterprise
Topstretching ME is a fast-growing chain of stretching and functional fitness studios training specifically catered for women in MENA, with a team of professional Russian gymnasts and training instructors.
The app allows patients to speak to doctors via video consultations for non-urgent medical advice, get lab tests delivered, and receive prescriptions as well.
Struggling with children with fussy eating habits? As children head back to school, here's a startup worth keeping an eye on.
Baix Bakery Co-Founder Abdullah AlWatayan Believes Focusing On One's Team Is The Key To Growth For Any Enterprise
Creating a concept has always been an interesting challenge for Abdullah AlWatayan, so it's no surprise that the entrepreneur has concocted more than one venture.
Founded in 2017, Souffle Beauty was born out of the duo's curiosity for personalized skincare, especially formulated for people living in hot and humid climates such as the Middle East or South East Asia.
Nora Al Roumi saw how third wave specialty coffee bars and roasters were nonexistent in Kuwait and GCC as the coffee market was dependent on commercial or franchise coffee brands.
The Kuwaiti startup specializes in healthy food meal plans to kids, with customers ranging from kids ages 2-16 years old, active young athletes, kids who are suffering from health issues, and more.
HOT Technologies aims to make fitness accessible and rewarding, with offers on bilingual fitness content, access to live classes and various workout programs.
Returning To Work After COVID-19: How Dubai's Businesses Are Ensuring The Safety Of Their Clients And Employees
Following the Dubai government's directive of allowing people to get back to their workplaces, businesses are taking hygienic measures, social distancing, and safety protocols to ensure the prevention and contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus among their employees and customers.
Applications Welcome: Lock&Stock Launches Founder's Club Platform As A Launchpad For Young Entrepreneurs
Dubai-based startup Lock&Stock is debuting the Founder's Club, an initiative to help and guide young entrepreneurs in the UAE kickstart their entrepreneurial journey.