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Arabnet Riyadh has proven to be one of the biggest forums in Saudi Arabia: in 2015 it gathered more than a 1,000 participants from all over...
With an initial investment of $1 billion, regionally-based real estate company Emaar is launching an ecommerce platform from Riyadh....
Women are not allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia.
While there is no official law banning women from the act, it is deeply held religious...
King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) launched Taqadam last week, a new university startup accelerator...
In Saudi, the food and beverage (F&B) sector is one of the largest in the Gulf.
Probably no surprise there, as in MENA food and...
The Saudi ecommerce market is growing fast. (Image via Wamda)
There are very good reasons why Saudi Arabia is a country of...
After graduating over 60 entrepreneurs in Cairo and Dubai, ATC’s Entrepreneurship with Impact Ventures (EwIV) is conducting The Im...
Kharabeesh was one of the first companies to start making animated and video Arabic content, but their success didn’t come...
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We are so close to an awakening in the Arab
world. In the past three years there has been...
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Saudi Arabia is one of the three largest
ecommerce markets in the Gulf in terms of...
Nano E Shop
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Sometimes, a lack of funding forces entrepreneurs to abandon their projects. On other...
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On April 27th 2012 Abdul Rahman Sahili read a tweet from a man in the coastal...
Prayer time five times a day is nothing new in the
Middle East, but technology development in the region is allowing
people to engage with...
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During my meeting with Khalid Al-Issa, the young developer told
us how he built...