ArabCrunch.NET Now in Arabic, Open to Empower Millions of Arab entrepreneurs & Techies

6 May, 2010

When we released ArabCrunch.NET in private beta as the social platform that empowers the Arab tech ecosystem only in English, an Arabic Interface was part of our plans and today it is opening live to anyone to signup.

Now millions of Arabic native entrepreneurs technology professional, geeks, academia students will have access to all the great offerings ArabCrunch offers them:

-Networking within the tech industry, with top notch executives, and with serial entrepreneurs like the cofounder and CEO of the world’s most popular mobile browser Opera, VPs and directors from Jabbar,Yahoo, Google, Microsoft.

- Mentorship opportunities with senior executives and other industry gurus from companies such as Yahoo, Google, Microsoft and from successful Arab, US and international serial entrepreneurs who have been successful in Silicon Valley, Europe and Arabia.

- Asking questions related to Enterpunership on starting a business and getting answers from well advised community that share what they know by answering others questions.

- Networking with other Tech Startup and companies in the region and worldwide, finding and networking with Service Providers, Venture Funds to help with funding, Incubators to help them get office space and other services, Organizations to help them find support services, whether starting and growing a company or increasing the technical skills of an engineer or the tech company’s staff. Lastly, help contribute to and use the open source projects developed by devoted and passionate Arab geeks.

Today ArabCrunch.NET boasts 1833??? members and grows everyday organically. The new social network will be integrated with ArabCrunch global events under ArabCrunchStart initiative which are organized by ArabCrunch and our ambassadors in the USA ( Seattle, NY and Silicon Valley), London, Palestine, Saudi Arabia and other countries around the world soon to join.

ArabCrunch.NET is not only about startups and business; we look at the problems facing the tech industry as an ecosystem. We will be enhancing and offering more features that empower every participant of the ecosystem in new ways never seen before (any feedback is welcomed). Stay tuned.

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  1. Hichame Assi  |  May 8th, 2010 at 5:12 AM #

    Great work.. mabrouk!

  2. Gaith Saqer  |  May 9th, 2010 at 1:49 PM #

    Thanks :)

  3. Sami  |  May 18th, 2010 at 9:56 PM #

    Only a journalist would think that entrepreneurs are sitting on their “chairs” searching the internet for mentors (or journalists) to teach them how to start their business.

    A serious entrepreneur just starts doing it and doesn’t waste any of his or her time, but how would you know?!

  4. Gaith Saqer  |  May 18th, 2010 at 10:01 PM #

    sami are you ok today? you are just browsing the site and posting negative comments all over!

  5. Sami  |  May 18th, 2010 at 10:06 PM #

    Its just my opinion. As someone in journalism you should understand the need for freedom of speach :) I believe what im saying is common sense.

  6. Gaith Saqer  |  May 18th, 2010 at 10:18 PM #

    thanks for your opinion sami, but entrepreneurs need a lot of mentoring specially in this part of the world more than any.

    i’ve meet many of them.

    Samih for example the cofounder of Maktoob had mentors, Khaled Jabasini the founder of e-marketing mena had mentors.

    Mentors have more experience and usually entrepreneurs lack it.

    and not everyone knows everything, when you start a company you need help, ArabCrunch.NET opens the doors to experienced individuals to be mentors
    in different subjects:
    Management Technical Strategy Marketing PR Social Media Sales Legal Accounting Project Management and Funding.

    It is a free matching service, you can read more about it here:
    http://arabcrunch.net/mentorship

    hope you can use it whether as a mentor or a mentee or both :)

    Thanks,

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