PODCAST: How to Utilize Artificial Intelligence to Create Your Own Reality-
Meet Hasan Dayoub: an award-winning Syrian entrepreneur who is obsessed with changing the world. Having reached over 20,000 people with…
PODCAST: How a 20-Year-Old Entrepreneur Stood Up for Blue-Collar Workers in Dubai-
Spandana Palaypu founded ZoEasy in 2016, in an effort to make the employment systems in Dubai more transparent. In episode 33 of the podcast, she tells the story behind ZoEasy and spills the beans on the tactics and mindset that allowed her to take seemingly impossible chances and reach over 70,000 jobseekers along the way.
PODCAST: How This Nigerian Entrepreneur Found Her Purpose 3,000 km Away from Home-
From almost falling into depression, having no way to communicate to locals, to becoming an advisor at the Geneva Business School and founding The Mother Eagle Mentoring Academy, Jane’s journey is one not to miss. Don’t miss her story on Episode 34 of the podcast.
PODCAST: 5 Things You Need to Know About the US Startup Visa-
In episode 31 of the Startups Without Borders Podcast, we speak to Tahmina Watson, the valiant lawyer who laid the foundations of the US Startup Visa, to unveil what are the intricacies, the requirements, and the barriers entrepreneurs face when applying for a Startup Visa.
Key Lessons to Hire Refugees in European Companies-
For the 30th episode of the Podcast, we teamed up with RefugeeForce to talk about a new reality reshaping the workplace: hiring refugees to fill the talent gap. Our guests, Gaspar Rodriguez and Azmi Wahab, give us a tour of this new promising landscape.
7 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know Before Starting Up in the Middle East-
Having left Iraq as a teenager, Anas Alchalabi has built a solid career in the MENA startup landscape. In episode 29 of the Podcast, Anas shares a touching account of his journey, while unveiling 7 key tips for entrepreneurs.
Podcast: This is What I Learned Acting as a VC for One Year-
In Episode 28 of the Startups Without Borders Podcast, Afghan entrepreneur Yama Saraj spills the beans on his recent experience as a fellow of Included VC. Gear up for a thrilling conversation on startup building, resilience, and his plans to create Finally VC.
5 Things You Should Know About Starting a Business in Europe as an Immigrant-
Irma Rodriguez is a whirlwind of passion and ideas. But when she moved from Mexico to Milan, starting a business in Europe was more challenging than expected. What are her top tips of advice? Listen to Episode 27 to find out.
Podcast: How I Turned the Pandemic into an Opportunity to Reinvent My Business, with Randa Bennett-
In episode 26 of the podcast, we speak to Randa Bennett, an Iraqi entrepreneur who migrated to the UK and built a startup in a male-dominated industry. But when Covid hit, she had to pivot – and find the opportunity in a challenging time.
Podcast: How to Succeed When Everything Seems to Work Against You, with Majd Mashrawi-
Having grown up in Gaza, Majd Mashrawi came up with an incredible idea: to rebuild damaged buildings using bricks made of ash and rubble. In Episode 25 of the podcast, Majd shares the odyssey she went through while building a business in the world’s largest open-air prison.
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