Healthtech Startup Doctori Emerges To Offer Telemedicine Solutions In Bahrain
The app allows patients to speak to doctors via video consultations for non-urgent medical advice, get lab tests delivered, and receive prescriptions as well.
Connecting The Dots: The Pros And Cons Of Virtual Due Diligence
"In many ways, for the VC world, the pandemic is business as usual. Innovation never sleeps, and neither does the money that funds it."
Arab Youth Center Announces Inaugural Youth Hackathon To Combat Challenges Related To The COVID-19 Crisis In Arab Societies
The contest is to be held over a three-week period from May 12 to May 31 and encourages Arab youth to provide technically innovative and implementable solutions to the current challenges.
What Does It Mean To Be Truly Digital? A Global Crisis Exposes The Cracks
Economies hitherto almost entirely reliant on a single commodity are now boasting burgeoning and increasingly thriving tech ecosystems. But in many ways, we are still behind the curve.
The Advent Of Digital Asset Regulations In The GCC Is Good For The Region's Startup Landscape
While some might view regulations as a hindrance to innovation and creativity, in many cases, it actually supports entrepreneurs and startups to be able to innovate, create, and market their products and solutions in a legally and regulatory supportive environment.
Embracing Gender Diversity In Entrepreneurship Across The Middle East
Arab countries have begun to recognize that gender parity is both an economic and strategic imperative.
Maya La Chocolaterie Founder And CEO Sonya Janahi On Building A Bahraini Brand That's Going Global
If you've ever dreamt of owning your own chocolate factory, this entrepreneur is sure to spark some envy in you.
How does Modi's Visit to 3 countries act as an adequate economic gain?
Prime Minister Modi to visit UAE, France and Bahrain to strengthen bilateral relations, economic sectors and strategic norms
Setting A Precedent: Unlocking Arab Women's Potential In The Tech And Entrepreneurial Sector
One in three tech startups in the Arab world are run by women, significantly higher than in Silicon Valley, where female businesses only comprise 17%of the total.
A Progressive Perspective: Areije Al Shakar, Fund Manager, Al Waha Fund of Funds
The Senior Vice-President and Head of Development Services at Bahrain Development Bank -who is also the Fund Manager at Al Waha Fund of Funds- on how her country's initiatives are enabling not just its own but the region's entrepreneurial ecosystem