Shortlisted startups showcased to investors and experts after being selected from more than 200 global applicants
Forbes Middle East has unveiled 2018’s most successful start-ups, investors and changemakers shaping the Middle East’s business landscape.
Participation at GITEX Technology Week 2018 aimed at promoting ease of doing business in Dubai's integrated city
The Kashidah project offers courses in Arabic calligraphy to help resolve the current disconnect with the Arabic language culture that many of the young generation experience.
Despite having one of the more vibrant startup scenes in the region, entrepreneurs in Egypt have been struggling with maintaining revenues, raising finance and acquiring good talent.
A scooter-sharing venture proposed by two American University of Sharjah Students (AUS) won first place in Sharjah Start-up Week, one of the most popular start-up competitions organised by Sheraa, the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Centre.