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The startup aims to help entrepreneurs to be aware of the importance of risk management and how investment decisions should be assessed.
Conceived in 2009, the platform aims to empower its collaborative community to overcome social challenges through creative and critical thinking.
Ghaseel, Kuwait's biggest on-demand car wash app, allows its users to get their car washed and have detailing services done anytime and anywhere.
JustClean co-founders Athbi Al-Enezi and Nouri Al-Enezi, and CEO Mohammad Jaffar talk about running a scalable business.
By drawing on lessons learned from other "clusters of innovation" such as those in smaller European countries or Singapore, we found that Kuwait has an opportunity to be strategically focused on areas of local strength.
The best ideas hit you at the most unlikely of places- that's how the trope goes, and that's exactly how Kuwaiti entrepreneur Mohammad Almunaikh describes the genesis of his startup, Ghinwa.
A Cultural Shift: Changes In Kuwait's Entrepreneurship Discourse As Seen At Nuqat's Human Capital Forum
Kuwaiti entrepreneurs are ready to embrace the trial and error phase tied to any entrepreneurial and creative endeavor, as opposed to being afraid of failure.
Basil Al Salem, founder and CEO of Kuwait-based hospitality group Gastronomica says he can't pick a favorite from the varied dining concepts in his portfolio, but admits that his business came into being thanks to his particular love for "quality" burgers.
As anyone in the GCC can attest, paying rent in this region can often be a strenuous task for both landlords and tenants. Ajar Online is a platform offering a seamless and hassle-free way to digitize rent payment and collection.
With a call to Kuwait's entrepreneurs to come together to "Digitize Kuwait," ArabNet is set to kick off the second edition of ArabNet Kuwait conference on October 17-18, 2017 at Arraya Ballroom in Kuwait.
Got an idea for a F&B startup? MENA 'treps, here's your chance- kicking off in Kuwait is Savour, an accelerator welcoming new MENA businesses to its first program in October this year.
It's not just an expansion opportunity for these businesses– it's a new way of life, a whole new beginning for the business, a new brand identity, and an entirely new focus for the direction of their product or service.
The event welcomed around 650 attendees from across 25 countries, including government officials, business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors and others.
The team behind Kuwait-based Bilbayt.com has decided to simplify catering services by making them "as easy as ordering food online."
Recognizing the need to support Kuwait's entrepreneurship ecosystem through a transformative phase, ArabNet heads to Kuwait for the first time for ArabNet Kuwait 2016, on October 4-5, 2016.