Dubai, UAE-based ride-hailing unicorn Careem has reportedly launched its Super App across 13 markets and invested $50 million in the same.
Author - M Haseeb
A 27-year-old Dubai-based entrepreneur Kareem Elmashad, also known as Kareem Zoro launched the I am Dubai app in March 2019.
Delivery & Transport sector stood at first place in terms of amount raised in the last fiscal year. Let's now look at the top-funded delivery & logistics startups in the MENA.
The magazine encompasses a list of 35 Most Powerful Businesswomen of MENA (Middle East & North Africa) and interviews with startup ecosystem enablers.
Here’s to our second conversation in the series #StartupsVCovid19 with Laila Hassan, who is the Principal at 500 Startups.
Intel on Monday announced that the company has acquired the HaMerkaz, Israel headquartered mobility startup Moovit for $900 million.
Gurugram, India-based travel and hospitality startup, Travel Triangle has relieved its CEO Sankalp Agarwal and CTO Prabhat Gupta.
Careem has recently announced that it is officially laying off 31 percent of its employees in a wake of huge losses amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The foodtech joint of the international ride-hailing unicorn Uber has shut down its operations in a total of 7 markets including Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Motery.app offers a gamut of automotive services through its seamless mobile application, available for both iOS and Android.
The conversation about the impact of COVID-19 on the MENA startup ecosystem, the opportunities, problems, and solutions with Mr Ramesh Jagannathan
Back in February, Anveshi appeared at TEDxGLAU and unveiled the unfortunate scenarios from her childhood and how she grew up fighting with all of it.
One of such blockchain or crypto-based COVID-19 funds is the COVID 19 Blockchain Fund that aims to support the most affected nations.
MENA-based startups raised $277 million VC funding in the first quarter of 2020. Top funding deals came for Kitopi, Vezeeta, SellAnyCar, Nana, iMile & Okadoc
Middle East's largest food and grocery platform Talabat, and Kitopi, Dubai's leading cloud kitchen platform distributing over 20,000 meals amid COVID-19