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When Loulou Khazen Baz launched Nabbesh in 2012, she found herself introducing a strange concept to the Middle East and North Africa.
This article is a crosspost with Payfort.
Female entrepreneurs are founding companies at an ever increasing rate across the world and...
A freelancing workshop in Gaza, run by UAE-based outsourcing website Nabbesh. (Images via Nabbesh)
Outsourcing is a new trend on the rise...
Joy Ajlouny and fellow startup cofounders Loulou Khazen Baz and Mudassir Sheikha get stuck into the debate. (Image via...
Remote workers, be they freelance or employees, are a fact of
life in today's connected world. (Image via Continuant)
The idea that work...
Unemployed youth in the Gaza Strip and the West
Bank can now find virtual freelance work more easily, following the
launch of an...
By all accounts the global freelance economy is
burgeoning. For many, it acts as a way to earn income in the
absence of formalized,...
This article was amended on June 5th 2014 to include
increased contextualization of Elance-oDesk within the regional
As startups in the Middle East we face barriers every day,
whether it’s writing our first business plan, gaining access to