Aalia Mehreen Ahmed

Features Writer, Entrepreneur Middle East

Aalia Mehreen Ahmed is the Features Writer at Entrepreneur Middle East. She is an MBA (Finance) graduate with past experience in the corporate sector, and is also co-founder of CyberSWIFTT- an anti-cyberbullying campaign that ran from 2017-2018 as part of the e7: Daughters of the Emirates program. A self-proclaimed bibliophile, she has a penchant for chai, cricket, and all things BTS. 

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Growth Strategies

With An Initial Investment of US$5 Million, Dubai-Based Knuru Capital Commits $30 Million In Funds For Dubai-Based Healthcare Fintech Startup Klaim

With hopes to scale its services across the UAE and introduce new features, Klaim is also looking to move into the B2C market.

Starting a Business

UAE-Based Tech Startup Alfii Launches With A Private Beta Program Aimed At Solving HR Issues For Small Businesses

By adopting a human approach to its operations, Alfii is on a mission to negate the many mundane and repetitive tasks that largely contribute to the inefficiencies of HR teams across the region.

Starting a Business

By Launching KitchenomiKs, Aankush Bhatia Is Using Over 25 Years Of Experience In F&B To Reimagine Oman's Food Delivery Sector

The foodtech and cloud kitchen enterprise offers restaurants and food brands the opportunity to scale (without any capital investments) through turnkey delivery solutions that help with the preparation, distribution, and expansion of food concepts.

Starting a Business

Breaking Norms: How Joseph Achajian's Lebanon-Based Menswear Brand Maison Du Mec Is Carving A Niche Of Its Own

"Our overriding compulsion at Maison du Mec is to exist as a comprehensive reference, rather than a mere fashion brand concerned with seasonal trends and ephemeral fads."

Starting a Business

UAE-Based Online Marketplace POPC Is Helping Independent Pop Culture Artists Showcase Their Work Year-Round

POPC provides artists with their own storefront and unique metalink that they can easily share across their online communities, giving them the opportunity to sell their work 365 days a year.

Growth Strategies

Kuwait-Based KLC Virtual Restaurants Makes A Successful Entry Into Qatar Just As The Country Gets Set To Host FIFA World Cup 2022

With the opening of three virtual kitchens in 2022 already, and a fourth one slated for the first quarter of 2023, KLC Virtual Restaurants is on a mission to capitalize on an untapped online food delivery space in Qatar.

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