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 team aims to continue offering a personalized grocery shopping experience, as well as build new channels and new markets.
As online learning continues to rise, Baims wants to make its mark in Kuwait's edtech space as well.
Seeking to support Kuwait's aspiring entrepreneurs from start to launch stage, the company's services include branding, digital marketing, web and application development, and more.
The startup aims to help entrepreneurs to be aware of the importance of risk management and how investment decisions should be assessed.
Conceived in 2009, the platform aims to empower its collaborative community to overcome social challenges through creative and critical thinking.
Nadine Mezher's quest against the traditional financial industry which "was not designed to be fair."
Downloaded by more than 300 million people globally, Duolingo is determined that you continue to learn your chosen languages, even inspiring Internet memes based on its persistent notifications for you to study.
Joining the world of on-demand services is UAE startup CAFU, which offers an on-demand fuel delivery service.
Having inadequate know-how to fix simple household items can certainly leave one frustrated, and for Deenah Alhashemi, that sparked an idea for an entrepreneurial venture.
One startup is hoping to make buying a used vehicle easier by streamlining the process of assessment and evaluation before a purchase with the help of its proprietary vehicle data platform.
The startup is a value-added marketplace of work, meeting, and event spaces, which allows users to book everything from meeting rooms to banquet halls to co-working spaces to serviced offices.
They plan to use the new capital infusion to "dominate the Gulf region, and grow in South East Asia."
Washmen, a Dubai-based startup streamlining dry cleaning and laundry services, has successfully raised US$6.2 million in a Series B round.
Egyptian Startup Weelo Wants To Offer A Digital Grocery Shopping Experience That Benefits Consumers, Supermarkets And Suppliers
The grocery e-commerce space is one that's been seeing a lot of interest lately in the Middle East, and Egyptian startup Weelo has found a certain niche in this space.