If there's a main lesson to extract from this week's content, it's how important it is to always be ready- always have a clear way to explain what you do, how you can help, and what you need- as you never know when you might meet the next person to make an impact on your entrepreneurial journey.
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If you're not tracking metrics, you might be missing out on some valuable information about your business. Here's how to define your KPIs, and get set using Google Analytics.
You've looked up the list of speakers at an upcoming conference, and you've spotted the name of someone who's inspired you to start up. At the day of the event, you jump in to introduce yourself, you either completely fail to answer their question "What can I do for you?", or not. Here's how to win at the elevator pitch.
ArabNet was one of the year's biggest conferences, offering the region a chance to mingle with the creme de la creme of the business and tech world. Find out what the highlights of the three-day conference were.
There's no secret recipe for success, but there are definitely guidelines to help you make sure you don't deviate (too much) from the right direction. Check out these 10 commandments to make sure you think like an Entrepreneur.
Google's Project Loon aims to solve the great connectivity issue by providing "balloon-powered internet for everyone". How will it handle different governments' policies and regulations? We asked Google, and here's what they said.
Do you often come across inspiring stories of peer entrepreneurs? Find out what the Power of Yalla represents, how it pulses through the region, and how you can unlock it at your own startup in this post by Wamda CEO Habib Haddad.
74% of developers around the world use two or more platforms. Find out which tools are the most popular among developers and what the revenue distribution is like per mobile platform in this infographic by VisionMobile.
Following an investment in their new startup Tamatem from 500 Startups in Silicon Valley, the team behind Wizards Production is aiming to build the next Arabic hit. Find out about it here.
Ahmed Nassef played a key role in Maktoob's growth until its acquisition by Maktoob in 2009- now, he's focusing on his own startup, Telfez. So what are the biggest challenges that a social TV startup faces in the region?
Your product is practically ready for the public, and you're preparing to announce. Here at Wamda, we were curious to know what our audience thought the next step should be; big launch, or soft roll-out? Check out the results from the poll.