Wamda's favorite stories of 2013
Looking back at our stories from 2013, we can’t help but feel a sense of pride in what the Arab startup ecosystem has accomplished, and excitement for what we will witness in 2014. Check out our Editorial team’s favorite stories on Wamda from 2013.
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8 tips for revitalizing a family business
You don’t necessarily need to open a new business to become an “entrepreneur”. Here’s the story of WamdaCard partners Petra Insurance Brokers, and how they took an already smooth-sailing family business to the next level.
Instabeat announces Series A investment from Wamda Capital, Jabbar Internet Group, and angel investors
Beirut-based Instabeat has been making waves across the tech scene - here’s more on its Series A investment from Wamda Capital, Jabbar Internet Group, and angel investors as well as what comes next.
While rewards platforms and daily deals sites are often thought of as competitors, Advantag has actually partnered with GrouponUAE in what can only be seen as a win-win situation. Here's more on their plans for expansion.
Friendshippr regulates informal P2P international shipping; secures $670,000 USD Series A round
Peer to peer shipping has steadily been picking up some steam in the region, offering users a way to circumvent shipping hurdles present in the region. Friendshippr offers a more regulated approach - here’s how.
How Lebanese gaming portal At7addak is building an online empire with user-generated content
Launched in 2011, online gaming platform At7addak offers a place for gamers to connect, as well as a host of online and offline events. Three months ago, the platform successfully switched its strategy to include user-egenerated content.
If you were to make one resolution for 2014, it should probably be to focus on the solutions, instead of the problems, at your startup. Follow these four simple steps to implement a much smoother problem-solving strategy.