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Amplifying Goodwill: Why You Should Participate In The #UbuntuLoveChallenge

Based on the African philosophy of ubuntu, which means "I am because we are," the #UbuntuLoveChallenge is an effort at bringing together people to combat the hardships we face right now, and thus address these problems in a collective manner, so as to realize a better future for us all.

Aby Sam Thomas

· 5 min read

H.E. Sheikha Bodour Al Qasimi And Mamadou Touré To Headline Entrepreneur Middle East Live Webinar On The #UbuntuLoveChallenge

Entrepreneur Middle East invites you to join a conversation on the #UbuntuLoveChallenge being held on Thursday June 4, 2020 at 2pm (UAE) featuring the initiative's founders, H.E. Sheikha Bodour Al Qasimi, Vice President, International Publishers Association, and Mamadou Toure, founder, Africa 2.0 Foundation.

Entrepreneur Middle East Staff

· 3 min read

Jordan-Based Little Thinking Minds Aims To Rekindle A Love For Arabic Among MENA Youth

The winner of Sharjah Entrepreneurship Center's first Access Sharjah program, Little Thinking Minds aims to remedy a disconnect from the Arabic language among youth from the MENA region

Aalia Mehreen Ahmed

· 7 min read

Going The Distance: A Celebration Of Sheraa's Journey

"We are a small, dedicated team on a mission to build high-impact startups, conquering each hill as it comes, no matter how long it takes."

Najla Al-Midfa

· 4 min read

Boosting Potential: Sheraa Sharjah's Participants On What An Accelerator Experience Means For Your Startup

Accelerators are playing an increasingly critical role in building and nurturing entrepreneurial communities around the world, including emerging economies.

Sindhu Hariharan

· 15+ min read

Sheraa Launches New Entrepreneurship Hub At University Of Sharjah

Located at the University of Sharjah (UoS) campus, Sharjah Entrepreneurship Center (Sheraa) has kicked off its second hub.

Entrepreneur Middle East Staff

· 4 min read

How Creatives Are Shaping The World's Economy

The creative economy is booming, and is showing signs of really taking off in this part of the world in a new, big way.

Naila Tariq

· 4 min read