Dubai, UAE-based Opaala, a hospitality-tech startup comes in as a solution to tackle the hospitality industry pitfalls following the COVID-19 outbreak.
Author - Pradeep Singh
Hub71, one of Abu Dhabi's most popular tech startup accelerators on July 6 announced that they have appointed Hanan Harhara Al Yafei as its new CEO.
Storytel, one of the largest audiobook and e-book streaming service globally has reportedly acquired Kitab Sawti, Dubai-based Arabic audio content platform
Founded by John Oke in 2018, Wallets Africa enables people and businesses to send and receive payments seamlessly through its mobile app.
MidChains, an upcoming virtual asset trading platform based in Abu Dhabi, UAE has recently made the announcement of its latest funding
Marico, Indian FMCG behemoth today announced that it has acquired Beardo, a men's grooming brand. The acquisition witnessed the exit of VCats.
Steppi, Dubai, UAE-based corporate health and community engagement platform, has recently announced that the company has raised $720K
Bengaluru-based Bike taxi startup Rapido has launched Rapido Store, a new inter-city logistics service for businesses to deliver products to consumers.
High Street Essentials, the parent company of FabAlley, Indya, Zyra, the e-commerce marketplaces dedicated to women's fashion, has raised funding
As COVID-19 pounced the Indian stock markets, Mukesh Ambani of Reliance Industries in April lost $13.2 billion in his wealth. Fortunately, he has revived...
The Abu Dhabi Investment Offic (ADIO) has invested in Shorooq Partners' Bedaya Fund in a move to create funding opportunities for Abu Dhabi-based startups.
Tips to survive the COVID-19 pandemic and social isolation from a seasoned remote worker
India's Yolo Bus that standardises inter-city bus travel, today announced that the company has raised $3.3 million in a Series-A round led by Nexus Venture
Dubai, UAE-based Invygo, a car-rental startup on Tuesday raised $1 million in a Pre-Series A round led by EQ2 Ventures, Class 5 Global and 500 Startups.
Cairo, Egypt-based social commerce startup Brimore has raised $3.5 million from Algebra Ventures, 500 Startups, Flat6Labs, Disruptech, and Vision Ventures.