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Tamara Pupic - Page 3
Managing Editor, Entrepreneur Middle East
The Legal Viewpoint: How Business In The UAE Can Emerge Stronger (And Smarter) Out Of The COVID-19 Crisis
It's no secret that companies in the UAE have had to deal with a plethora of legal challenges as they made their way through the course of the COVID-19 crisis- now they must find ways to navigate through the aftermath.
Startup Spotlight: UAE-Based North Ladder Enables Selling Of Second-hand Goods To Enable Quick Cash Injection
Nearly 90 nationalities have been served, and about 80% of items which people sell on their platform are bought back by them- showing how cost-effective and frictionless the service is.
We Got Funded: Emirati-Founded Online Fashion Marketplace Boksha Secures US$1 Million In Seed Funding Round
Founded in 2018, Boksha has 800 boutiques and more than 15,000 products, such as abayas, kaftans, travel wear, and dresses, listed on its platform.
She Was Once Declared The UAE's Youngest Inventor- And Now, Fatima Al Kaabi Wants To Help Other Girls Follow Her Lead
From robotics kits she was gifted at the age of seven, to watching sci-fi movies, shows, and documentaries on technology and innovation, Al Kaabi has spent years exploring various ideas and possibilities.
This entrepreneur, philanthropist, and politician is on a mission to help transform Egypt.
The CEO of The Futurist Company is building a business that aims to solve humanity's future problems.
The strong personal brand of Joelle Mardinian serves as a platform for her varied talents, and here is how.
Caroline Fattal Fakhoury on women's economic empowerment in Lebanon and beyond.
Silvena Rowe is a chef, television personality, and author who runs the restaurants Nassau and Al Botanica at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai, UAE.
The CEO of Bank al Etihad, who was recently elected to be the Chairwoman of the Board of Directors at Endeavor Jordan, is eager to help boost her country's startup ecosystem.
Teaming up with Emad Khaffaf, a beauty industry expert, Al Sheikhly took three whole years to test and refine her future product- the timeframe is worth noting since mascaras usually take between six and 12 months to be developed and released into a market.
Founded in 2008 by French entrepreneur Laurent de Gourcuff, Paris Society has become a leading name in the events, hospitality, and entertainment domains in France. Now through its partnership with hospitality giant Accor it has its sights set on the Middle East.
Stronger Together: Gates Hospitality Founder And CEO Naim Maadad Is Betting On Agility To Recover From The COVID-19 Crisis' Impact
Maadad explains why he would ideally like to see financial institutions, banks, institutional providers, landlords, aggregators, and ministries work together to ensure that the burden of the pandemic is shared equally by all stakeholders.
Webinar Invite: Joelle Mardinian To Share Her Secrets On Building An Authentic Personal Brand On Against All Odds On April 29, 2021
Joelle Mardinian on building a personal brand that helps her build bridges between her diverse interests, creating a powerful platform that supports them all.
The serial entrepreneur, television host, and makeup artist gets candid about the struggles she has had to face in her journey so far and explains why her hard work has gotten her to where she is today.