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Features Editor, Entrepreneur Middle East

Aalia Mehreen Ahmed is the Features Editor at Entrepreneur Middle East.

She is an MBA (Finance) graduate with past experience in the corporate sector, and was also co-founder of CyberSWIFTT- an anti-cyberbullying campaign that ran from 2017-2018 as part of the e7: Daughters of the Emirates program.

Ahmed is particularly keen on writing stories involving people-centric leadership, female-owned startups, and entrepreneurs who've beaten significant odds to realize their goals.

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Entrepreneurs

Startup Spotlight: UAE-Based InvoiceMate Seeks To Ease SME Access To Financial Support

Through its e-invoicing option, InvoiceMate enables SMEs to send, receive, and manage invoices from mobile or desktop platforms, and it also offers a complete invoice management system with bookkeeping.

Entrepreneurs

Startup Spotlight: UAE-Based Unipreneur Is Empowering The Next Generation Of Entrepreneurs And Innovators In The Country

Unipreneur was built using the triple helix model of innovation- a business concept that involves collaboration between universities, governments, and businesses.

Growth Strategies

"We Got Funded!" KSA-Based Soum Raises US$18 Million In A Series A Round Led By Foodtech Unicorn Jahez

Soum has already achieved four million downloads within Saudi Arabia and is already seeing traction in the UAE.

Starting a Business

Entrepreneur Middle East's Achieving Women 2023: Kate Wooyeon Park, Founder, Lamise Beauty

Park realized that there was an opportunity to bring Korean skincare to the UAE in a way that blends perfectly with Emirati culture, and it's a notion that she has stuck to as she set up and built Lamise Beauty.

Starting a Business

Entrepreneur Middle East's Achieving Women 2023: Rita Huang, Founder And CEO, iMile

Over six years since founding iMile, Huang continues to place creating a sense of purpose and human impact as central to her vision for her business.

Starting a Business

Startup Spotlight: UAE-Based Pulse Is Aiding Early Detection Of Civil Infrastructure Deterioration Using Advanced Tech

Pulse's aim is therefore to deploy locally manufactured sensors that can optimize the maintenance of civil structures, as well as maximize their service life.