WamdaCard Out of Private Beta, Now Accepting Applications
This week, we were thrilled to announce that Wamda's benefits program is out of private beta. Entrepreneurs more often than not have to save on both money and time when starting up. Find out how WamdaCard can help, and sign up for yours!
- 10 May - Queen Rania National Entrepreneurship Competition
- 11 May - OuiShare Drink Damascus #1
- 11 May - Mix N’ Mentor Manama
- 14 May - The Mobile Show Middle East 2013
- 15 May - E-commerce.ma
- 15 May - Google IO - Extended Beirut
- 15 May - Middle Eastern Tech Entrepreneurs Big Bang Tech Meetup
- 16 May - The Young Entrepreneur Forum
- 16 May - Startup Weekend Algiers and Startup Weekend Giza
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