Meet 8 Palestinian startups this Thursday in Amman!

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Join Endeavor, Gaza Sky Geeks, Fast Forward, Oasis500, and PALinnO this Thursday to get a taste of history in the making. For the first time ever, international donors have invested in Gaza startups and sponsored their traveled to Jordan for a month of acceleration. In the West Bank, startups recently graduated from the first Palestinian acceleration program.

The Gaza startups are only in Amman for two more weeks. Don't miss this opportunity to meet them in Oasis500 from 5 to 7 pm and see what Palestinian startups are up to! 

Schedule

5:00 - 5:15 PM: Settling in

5:15 - 5:20 PM: “Trends in the Palestinian Ecosystem”

5:20 - 6:00 PM: 5-minute pitches

6:00 - 7:00 PM: Networking

  

Participating Startups

Datrios: A sports social network that engages fans online whose content is entirely crowd-sourced. [Investors: Oasis500 and Gaza Sky Geeks / Mercy Corps]

DWBI: A database intelligence company whose plug-and-play solution can help large companies easily compile, clean, and analyze data from many systems or sources. [Investors: Oasis500 and Gaza Sky Geeks / Mercy Corps]

Fadfid: An online Arabic-language gateway for psychotherapy treatment through one-on-one sessions or topical group sessions, allowing users to seek help from the privacy of their homes. [Investor: Fast Forward]

Fariqak: A competitive online strategy game in English, Arabic, and Turkish where users form their football ‘dream team’ and compete against thousands of others [Investor: Arabreneur]

e-Jameya: A social platform extension that allows its users to explore their personal connections to raise interest-free loans. [Investor: Fast Forward]

Social Dice: An online end-to-end hiring solution that saves time & money while improving results with a unique social-media based screening system.

Store-E: An ordering and delivery service that allows consumers to purchase products remotely from grocery stores. [Investor: PALinnO]

Zoorna: A touring journal mobile app that enables tourists to record memoirs of their trips layered onto a geo-tagged map. [Investor: Fast Forward]

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