What makes someone a founder? We speak with 7 valiant entrepreneurs from Palestine, Syria and Yemen taking steps to turn their ingenious ideas into concrete business plans.
What if we turned the tables and started looking at refugees for the talent they have, instead of the things they they need? We speak to the founder of the EdTech startup doing just that.
The competition for Syrian entrepreneurs in the Middle East has just started the first of its startup bootcamps in Lebanon, as 20 teams of startups battle it up to pitch at the finale in Amsterdam.
This Entrepreneur Invented a Device that Helps Parents Track their Children through a Chip in their Shoes
Syrian entrepreneur Raafat Hantouch turned a dramatic childhood experience into an innovative tech solution that is now making waves.
“This is the Positive Consequence of War; Women were Forced to Get Out of the Cocoon we Were Living in”
We speak to Souad Mohamed, the Syrian power woman who transformed personal trauma into a tale of leadership.
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