TERN, the UK’s leading refugee business network has just launched Anqa, Europe’s first marketplace for refugee-led businesses. The platform features an array of 8 cutting-edge brands and 80 products for customers to buy online.
On World Refugee Day, we take a look at 20 refugee entrepreneurs who are valiantly innovating to create new realities, while crafting new lives. From blockchain startups, to fashion empires, these entrepreneurs all have one thing in common: their unstoppable courage.
The entrepreneur is launching his book at the Quarantine Sessions on World Refugee Day. Titled ‘The Invisible Son,’ the book tells the true story of a hero’s journey in 9 chapters, from Tey ElRjula losing to reclaiming his identity.
“Working with tech startups was a turning point for me; I went from being a former refugee with many fears to a contributor to the people around me.” In a candid account of his journey, Anas Al-Chalabi shares 10 lessons for startups in the Middle East.
We asked our guests at the Quarantine Sessions to give aspiring entrepreneurs advice on establishing strong business and navigating challenging times. Here are 5 remarkable startup lessons we heard.
The Quarantine Sessions Ramadan Edition will take place every day on our Facebook page, featuring guests including some of the key figures in Egypt’s startup ecosystem, to discuss and train on topics from pitching, to raising investments.
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