Nihel Chabrak of the United Arab Emirates University talks about efforts to advance the UAE's knowledge economy.
While Egypt’s economy has suffered in the aftermath of the revolution in 2011 and on-going political tumult, entrepreneurs are tapping into new market trends and using innovative solut
Mohamed Hamada, the founder of Ennota in Egypt, has created SME business software that even illiterate people can use.
Ramzi El-Fekih is the founder and CEO of CREOVA, a provider of mobile finance solutions.
Ehssan Dariani, founder of StudiVZ was the guest speaker at the 2015 zenithTalk in Berlin.
Rania Reda is the founder and CEO of ITQAN, which in Arabic means “perfection”.
Entrepreneurs from Jordan are making a global impact, despite the small country being surrounded by conflict and instability.
As the most populous market in the Arab world, Egypt presents plenty of opportunities for entrepreneurs – but they must be prepared to chart their own course around inflexible bureaucrats and numerous obstacles.