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Screenshot Startup Weekend Amman concluded this Saturday with the winners are: DroidPress is an impressive idea, the startup provide a wordpress plugin that enables any wordpress site to have a native android app that is a market of 20 million blogs. The startup plans to add support to other CMS platforms such as Joomla and offer free plan and paid plans a...
Screenshot The technology ecosystem in the Arab world is improving with more M&A deals happening, when Yahoo! Acquired Maktoob, the Jordanian founders of Maktoob launched Jabbar group to invest in e-commerce businesses, while they themselves become angle investors. Like wise cobone and travel website Triperna founder and CEO Paul Kenny become a VC after ...
Screenshot Credit card penetration is very low in Jordan and the Arab world, as such most e-commerce players in the region offer cash on deliver option to buy their products. But to buy from Amazon you need a credit card, CashBasha comes to solve this problem, it promises to enable anyone to shop from Amazon, shipping cost and customs will be added and y...
Screenshot This autumn, L’Oréal Paris launches its first e-commerce platform in the Middle East in partnership with the exclusive online fashion store Mooda.com, where they will make their L’Oréal Paris product line available for customers in the U.A.E. The idea is to offer the total look as beauty plays such a big part in fashion. Online shoppers...
Screenshot Rocket Internet Berlin based mega internet giant which launches and grows web brands in Europe and emerging markets has launched Lamudi a real estate portal in Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. Lamudi helps people in the property market find their home, land or commercial property. The service does not cut real estate agents but wor...
Screenshot At Web Summit in Ireland 13 years old Jordan Case announced his second startup “TeachWare”. TeachWare cloud-based management software will help teachers manage information such as attendance and exam scores about their students. With TeachWare’s free web-based application teachers will be able to store student information in the clou...
Screenshot In collaboration with Discover Digital Arabia, Startappz released Videographic recapping changes in the tech industry in the Middle East for the year 2012. Highlights of the videographic include: • Facebook & Linkedin opening offices in the Middle East. • New incubators and investment funds launching in different parts of the Middle East ...
Screenshot Entrepreneurship and making money online is not all about having a big company or huge amount of funding for your startups. Having a talent and bootstrapping can be all what you need for successes. It is also not about creating too many things at the same time but focusing on single niche and platform that have huge adoption like wordpress. M...
Screenshot With a growing pool of Arabic fashion talent in the Middle East, Diwanee launched Mooda.com offering regional fashion designers a premium online platform to showcase their creativity and grow their business by reaching customers worldwide. Mooda.com goes one step further by supporting its e-commerce with premium fashion content. In addition to a ...
Screenshot iMENA Holdings, an integrated and actively managed group of leading online businesses in the MENA region, announced an investment in Desado.com, the Middle East’s first online discovery destination for design-led items, with an aim of providing people in this region with access to well crafted, well priced and unique products, for the home and be...
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