As we launch the EdTech Startup Competition together with SPARK, we take a look at 5 EdTech startups championing the educational challenges in the Middle East. From tutoring platforms to teacher-focused professional development hubs, here are 5 EdTech startups you need to know.
The EdTech Startup Competition is open to entrepreneurs in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq. Finalists will get the chance to pitch on the global stage at SPARK’s virtual IGNITE 2021 conference, as well as a curated mentorship program with top international experts.
It took Mostafa Azy a long, devastating journey to reach the Netherlands. But as he settled down and joined RefugeeForce, he met other tech talents and embarked on an adventure into the Dutch tech world, landing a job at a company in Amsterdam.
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.
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.
On World Refugee Day, we take a look at 3 events that focus on highlighting the stories and enterprises of refugee entrepreneurs. From African trailblazers, to Europe’s first marketplace for refugee-led businesses, to the launch of Basefugees, these are three events not to miss.
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