“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.
In the first of our “Tips from Silicon Valley” series, Brian Bordley, Principal at the Berkeley SkyDeck Fund discusses the impact of the COVID19 pandemic on startups, while sharing advice for entrepreneurs to weather the storm.
In the last episode of the #SWBSummit series, we bring the panel where Egyptian power lady Yara El Braidy sits with two Egyptian entrepreneurs experiencing diverse ecosystems in Jordan and the UK: Mohamed Salah and Amr Shereen.
‘Telling the Real Story’ is a project facilitated by UNHCR that uses storytelling as a tool for refugees to reclaim their narrative. In the 13th episode of the podcast, we speak to Amal Jibril about the untapped talent that lies in refugee camps.
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