Startups are launching faster than we can write about them, so here’s our list of raw newbies to watch.
This startup graduated from Taqadam, an accelerator program at KAUST university. It offers customized protein solutions for research and industrial production using the college’s technology. The Biotags technology reduces costs and development time and facilitates the introduction of engineered research tools and tailored biopharmaceuticals or diagnostics.
This mobile app allows users to search, compare and book different airlines, track flights and send feedback directly to the airlines social media accounts.
This new cab hailing startup launched in Baghdad, allowing users to order a cab from their mobile devices using the location feature. The app, which works similarly to Uber and Careem, has an emergency button that users can click on during their trip and a rating section.
This online store sells everything from electronics to computers and office items, jewelry and watches, to. Customers can also buy using the mobile app available on Android and iOS.
This online platform offers online courses covering business development, financials, business etiquette, business modeling, digital marketing, among others. The courses are in Arabic.
This Dubai-based company was launched in 2016. It specializes reuniting owners with items they have lost in hotels. Users on the platform can report their missing item and when a match is found, the company will deliver to their doorstep.
Feature image via Karwa.