The competition for Syrian-led startups in has just started at Beirut Digital District, kicking off a 5-day bootcamp where the 2 top startups in the country will reach the semi-finals.
Nader Sabry disrupted a 1400 year-old industry with his company, TIMEZ5, which uses NASA technology to design physiological prayer mats. In the 6th episode of the podcast, Nader he in to the tips and tricks for growth hacking.
Saddam grew up in the Jerash refugee camp, in Jordan. It was from that unlikely setting that he embarked on an journey that took him to India and back to Jordan, to start a social enterprise.
Everything You Need to Know about Funding Your Startup, According to Migration Hub’s Ana Álvarez Monge
In the 4th episode of the podcast, Ana Álvarez Monge dives into the nits and grits of how to access finance and fund your startup idea – especially when you are a newcomer in a new land.
Berat Kjamili was only 18 when he moved from Macedonia to Turkey. His experience inspired to create Migport, a startup that helps governments and NGOs better serve refugees, by using a simple principle and complex tech: Big Data.
In the second episode of our podcast, we speak with Aline sara, the founder of Natakallam, the EdTech startup providing a source of income to refugees around the world.