As we conclude the ‘Boost With Facebook bil mobile – Diaspora Edition’ event, in partnership with Facebook, we list 3 Sudanese entrepreneurs in the UK who are shining internationally. These change-makers not only turned their lives to the best but are also positively impacting society and the entrepreneurial community worldwide. Here are their inspiring stories.
Syrian startup Future LabY has just won first place in the Growth stage of the EdTech Startups competition. While the Jordanian startup, Hafithni, won first place in the Idea stage. A total of six startups won up to $10,000 in in-kind prizes during the final pitch at SPARK’s virtual IGNITE 2021 conference.
With more than 40 speakers, CEOs, coaches, and executives, the IGNITE8 conference will share key data on how women, refugees, and other vulnerable youth can play a key role in re-imagining jobs across the Middle East and Africa. Here are 7 speakers you can’t miss.
Running its 8th edition, IGNITE8 is SPARK’s annual gathering of change-makers. The event will take off on October 13th, focusing on innovative solutions to jobs for youth, women, refugees, and other vulnerable people across the Middle East, North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.
As we host the Boost With Facebook bil Mobile – Diaspora edition together with Facebook, we look at five migrant-led startups that are helping the UK economy thrive. These fast-growing startups are not only co-founded by immigrants but have also seen the largest increase in value over the last few years.
Despite witnessing a staggering tragedy unfold in Kabul, Afghan refugee entrepreneurs are a source of inspiration to the world. We’ve compiled a list of seven Afghan refugee entrepreneurs who were courageous in the face of adversity and have built incredible businesses that changed their lives for the best.
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