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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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."
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"It's key you have a top team focused on building consumercentric products that solve real problems, and are able to iterate fast and pivot quickly if needed."
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UAE-based solar developer Yellow Door Energy aims to address rising costs and utility issues by helping save money, control energy costs, reduce carbon emissions, and enhance customers' sustainability objectives.
The new capital infusion is aimed to improve its tech and expand its network to new markets.
The extra capital was needed to support the growing demand for the enterprise's offerings.
KSA Startup Lucidya Wants To Empower Businesses By Providing Real-Time Analytics For Their Social Media Platforms With Its AI-Powered Tools
Noticing a gap in the growing market of social media analytics with respect to a solution catered toward the Arabic language, KSA-based startup Lucidya aims to offer a solution.
ASA Ventures founder and CEO Arif Saiyad wants to empower entrepreneurs to solve real problems.
It paves the way for the launch for their specialized Arabic machine translation engine, which will utilize AI and other tech products.