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Mubarak Jaffar's KLC Virtual Restaurants Sets Out To Make An Impact In The Food Industry In Kuwait (And Beyond)
Mubarak Jaffar launched KLC Virtual Restaurants with a pretty simple model: creating food concepts that can be delivered at home.
Improving financial inclusion for SMEs could boost annual economic growth by 1% per year, and also lead to a potential 16 million jobs by 2025 in the Middle East and Central Asia regions.
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.
"Before COVID-19, [people] thought that edtech startup solutions are a secondary option, but today, it's a need and a must!"
Businesses should approach the challenge from two different dimensions: mitigate the current impact of the problem, and prepare for the next stage of it.
Launched in 2019 by Noura AlNasrallah, Latifa AlNasrallah and Shareefa AlShayaa, Pure Skins is an online beauty services platform to help users find and book various skin and beauty treatments in Kuwait using the app, available for both Android and iOS.
Dawrat is an online marketplace gathering workshops and courses taught in Arabic, combining training center, trainers, educational event organizers and online course providers all in one platform.
The founder of the Intisar Foundation -who is also a princess of the Kuwaiti royal family and a serial entrepreneur- is on a mission to empower one million Arab women.
Cybersys is a SaaS company on a mission to deliver the best point of sale application.
Founded in 2018 by Noora Al Askar, the platform that acts as your virtual pocket nutritionist personalized to the individual's nutritional needs and health goals.
Launched in April 2019, Phinests is an online platform that helps connect creative and media professionals to their customers in accessible and convenient way.
Chocolateness started with a capital of US$500, then acquired a turnover of $3 million in its third operational year.
Cut flowers is a US$1.3-1.5 billion industry in the GCC, this Kuwait startup is taking a bite out of the opportunity.
Fanajeen is a mobile application offering the key ideas and insights from books in 20 minutes, which users can either read or listen on the iOS or Android app.
Requeue is a mobile application to capture, control and automate the queuing process at restaurants, cafes and wherever a queue system is implemented.