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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The raw specialty coffee bar provides an array of coffee choices, and supply coffee as a roastery to more than 27 shops in Kuwait, Dubai, and Turkey today.
Mubarak Jaffar's KLC Virtual Restaurants Sets Out To Make An Impact In The Food Industry In Kuwait (And Beyond)
Mubarak Jaffar launched KLC Virtual Restaurants with a pretty simple model: creating food concepts that can be delivered at home.
The online platform connects on-demand vetted gig workers with temporary job opportunities in different sectors, mostly in F&B, hospitality, e-commerce and logistics.
Promised to be as easy as sending a text message, the social P2P payment solution allows UAE bank account holders can use to send and receive money with just a phone number- no IBAN or SWIFT code required.
"Before COVID-19, [people] thought that edtech startup solutions are a secondary option, but today, it's a need and a must!"
Vexls is a simple platform that enables non-professional designers to create visual content catered for an Arabic-speaking audience.
"Remember that your [glass] ceiling could be just someone else's floor. For you to become the best, don't benchmark yourself with yourself."
Live streaming and video mobile app 360VUZ has successfully raised US$5.8 million in a Series A round led by Shorooq Partners, along with KBW Ventures, Media Visions, Vision Ventures, Hala Ventures, 500 Startups and other global investors.
The startup has adapted its in-house tech to help doctors and medical professionals to cope with the COVID-19 crisis.
Launched in 2019 by Noura AlNasrallah, Latifa AlNasrallah and Shareefa AlShayaa, Pure Skins is an online beauty services platform to help users find and book various skin and beauty treatments in Kuwait using the app, available for both Android and iOS.
Dawrat is an online marketplace gathering workshops and courses taught in Arabic, combining training center, trainers, educational event organizers and online course providers all in one platform.
Cleantech Startup BluePhin Technologies Is On A Mission To Battle The Global Problem Of Water Pollution
The company's product, also called BluePhin, is an autonomous robot that collects surface waste on water.
Cybersys is a SaaS company on a mission to deliver the best point of sale application.
Founded in 2018 by Noora Al Askar, the platform that acts as your virtual pocket nutritionist personalized to the individual's nutritional needs and health goals.
Insights from the latest installment of Entrepreneur Middle East Round Table, presented by du.