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The platform makes event planning simple and convenient by gathering all services related to events ranging from private occasions, family gatherings, birthday parties, and all the way to wedding ceremonies, within a click away.
Founded in 2017 by co-founders Talal Al Yaseen and Ali Taqi, YallaBit is a cryptocurrency broker that allows users to instantly buy and sell various cryptocurrencies.
The startup noticed a significant gap for a more efficient model to serve the retail customer's personal storage requirements.
The startup's mission is to improve patients' accessibility to doctors everywhere.
Kuwait's Aybiz Uses Crowdsourcing And AI Curation Techniques To Give You The Best Recommendations In MENA
Aybiz utilizes crowdsourcing and AI curation techniques to provide an interactive local business search engine that will allow users to easily explore the largest list of places to go in Kuwait and soon across the region.
Lawpedia provides legal education, awareness and law related services to students, lawyers and the public.
Here's how this Kuwaiti national is engineering a digital transformation revolution that is affecting the global landscape
Kuwait's Li3ib Allows Sports Enthusiasts To Easily Book Sports Facilities, And Even Set Up Their Own Tournaments
Li3ib is an app and website that facilities sports venue reservations and scheduling recreational games for sports enthusiasts, and even allows users to organize tournaments and manage competitions on behalf of corporations.
The co-founders started with the idea from trying to solve a problem of time for people.
The startup is on a mission to train and educate students in software development and programming to prepare them for today's demanding job market through their offline and online bootcamps.
The startup offers subscriptions to their audio library with an accessible pricing plans for their target audience.
The entrepreneurs behind the venture -Abdullah Abbas Marafi, Mohammed J. Al-Awadhi and Bader Altukhaim- had the idea to reduce friction between residents and service providers.
If you've got an idea for F&B startup, Savour Ventures, the first food vertical accelerator in the Middle East, is one you should consider joining.
As online learning continues to rise, Baims wants to make its mark in Kuwait's edtech space as well.
Seeking to support Kuwait's aspiring entrepreneurs from start to launch stage, the company's services include branding, digital marketing, web and application development, and more.