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Sudan’s startup ecosystem is seldom highlighted as one of opportunity due the country’s weak economy, high level of inflation...
Last week, Dubai-based ride-hailing app Careem launched an on-demand tuk tuk service in Cairo without any fanfare. The move marked the...
The first announcement at this year’s RiseUp Summit in Cairo came from Halan, a motorcycle and tuk-tuk-hailing app. Following on from...
Careem has introduced peer-to-peer (P2P) prepaid credit transfers across all its markets.
The closed-loop feature enables users to...
Ride-hailing app Careem has secured $200 million from existing investors including Al Tayyar Group, Kingdom Holding and Rakuten in the...
Careem has re-launched its services in Muscat after partnering with local taxi operator, Marhaba Taxi. The UAE-based ride-hailing app...
Sudan, a country with a population of around 40 million, has gone both unnoticed and untouched by regional and international tech players,...
Careem, the region’s leading ride-hailing service in the MENA, Turkey and Pakistan, expanded its services into the Republic of Iraq,...
2017 witnessed 134 funding deals of 129 startups in 12 countries across the MENA, which brought in around $475 million worth of...
Careem, the ride-hailing and internet platform in the Middle East and North Africa, announced yesterday a strategic partnership with Didi...
The fundamental idea behind Initial Public Offerings, or IPOs, is that when companies need capital, they get themselves listed on public...
Technology and digital communication are impacting people’s interactions and activities during Ramadan.
Freemium mobile apps like...
(Editor’s note: This article has been updated to include the new capital injection of Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal and the announcement...
Careem and OSN announced a strategic partnership May 22. The partnership promises to deliver enhanced benefits to customers of both...
“Everyone has the Middle East at the bottom of their pyramid,” said Fadi Ghandour, Wamda’s executive chairman, and...
It’s 9am. A commuter leaves home heading for her office in the local tech business hub. After 30 seconds a car has arrived to take...
Uber and Careem fares have become unaffordable for many Egyptians, as fuel costs continue to rise following the floatation of the currency...
Careem’s Egypt managing director Wael El Fakharany said in a tweet today that he was sacked by the car hailing startup.