Hana El Mourad

Hana El Mourad
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Hana is a journalist from Lebanon, who has worked in her home country and in the UAE for the likes of Fortune Arabia and Arabian Business. Naturally curious, she took her English Literature degree into the world of business journalism nine years ago, and found out that she could actually get paid for it. Entrepreneurship, innovation, and the courage to try are at the core of her writing.
Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair has been given the responsibility of spearheading his father’s philanthropic vision.

How Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair Wants To Create The Next Generation Of Arab Innovators

Saying that the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region has problems is an understatement. You can take your pick of what ails it. Civil wars? There are at least four going... (contd.)
When not building fast boats for over 80 governmental entities across the world, Nouhra finds his pace on the race track.

In Pictures: This Dubai CEO Is All About All Things Fast

Roy Nouhra’s love for racing started early. He was 16 when he got his first car, and when he first got into trouble. His father had indulged him, buying him a sports car. And... (contd.)
In Cairo, two brothers want to turn the rooftops in their city's overcrowded, poverty-stricken neighbourhoods into green havens that uplift the underprivileged

Farmer On The Roof: Meet The Brothers Trying To Revamp Cairo’s Rooftops

With over 20 million people living in its midst, metropolitan Cairo is one of the most densely populated cities in the world. With almost 20,000 people crammed in per-square-kilometer, Cairo has a... (contd.)
How harnessing the power of your mind can help you become a better leader

MENA Entrepreneurs, This Is The Power Of Mindful Leadership

Thousands upon thousands of people wandering aimlessly, gazing at their palms, devoid of feeling, disoriented, and disengaged from their surroundings. No, this is not the zombie apocalypse—this is the digital age. In... (contd.)
Move over Snapchat Spectacles, you have nothing on these goggles

MENA Women To Watch: Swim Smart

Part of the "Women To Watch" featured in the November issue of Inc. Arabia. Contrary to popular belief, the Middle East and North Africa region is home to millions of highly educated,... (contd.)
Using music and tech to break through barriers.

MENA Women To Watch: This Is a Rebel Song

Part of the "Women To Watch" featured in the November issue of Inc. Arabia. Contrary to popular belief, the Middle East and North Africa region is home to millions of highly educated,... (contd.)
Upending the way education is approached in Egypt.

MENA Women To Watch: Pay It Forward

Part of the "Women To Watch" featured in the November issue of Inc. Arabia. Contrary to popular belief, the Middle East and North Africa region is home to millions of highly educated,... (contd.)
Breaking stereotypes, 70 mm at a time.

MENA Women To Watch: Through My Eyes

Part of the "Women To Watch" featured in the November issue of Inc. Arabia. Contrary to popular belief, the Middle East and North Africa region is home to millions of highly educated,... (contd.)
Social change through sports in Saudi Arabia.

MENA Women To Watch: Spin Me Some Sport

Part of the "Women To Watch" featured in the November issue of Inc. Arabia. Contrary to popular belief, the Middle East and North Africa region is home to millions of highly educated,... (contd.)
Meddy

Meet The Digital Docs Trying To Fix Healthcare Delivery In Doha

Dell. Dropbox. Microsoft. Facebook. Google. Napster. Reddit. Snapchat. Wordpress. Even Yahoo!, that old favorite. Do you know what all of these companies have in common? Nope, it is not that they all... (contd.)
Crescent Enterprises’ Badr Jafar wants the regional private sector to stand up and do more to tackle adversity in the Arab world and beyond

Badr Jafar On Why The Arab World’s Business Leaders Must Stand Up & Be Counted

For Badr Jafar, the long debate between doing well and doing right is now redundant. “No longer is this discourse about a zero-sum game where there needs to be a trade-off . I... (contd.)
The woman who thrives on laughter

Inc. Arabia Social Media Stars: The Funny Professor

Part of “May I Have Your Attention Please” featured in the Summer Issue of Inc. Arabia. These are the men and women who have YouTubed, tweeted, ‘grammed, snapped and vine’d their way to... (contd.)
In Lebanon, a country plagued by internal and external conflicts, and dysfunctional governance, the case of underprivileged women takes a back seat. A seat that Sarah Beydoun refuses to take

These Bags, Worn By Amal Clooney, Are Made by Lebanon’s Forgotten Women

A recent study by the World Bank and Lebanon’s Central Administration of Statistics revealed that over one in four residents of the country now live below the poverty line. This translates into... (contd.)
Exploring Doha, one bite at a time

Inc. Arabia Social Media Stars: The Food Ranger

Part of “May I Have Your Attention Please” featured in the Summer Issue of Inc. Arabia. These are the men and women who have YouTubed, tweeted, ‘grammed, snapped and vine’d their way to... (contd.)
The Vegan Globetrotter Crusading for a vegan cause

Inc. Arabia Social Media Stars: The Vegan Globetrotter

Part of "May I Have Your Attention Please" featured in the Summer Issue of Inc. Arabia. These are the men and women who have YouTubed, tweeted, ‘grammed, snapped and vine’d their way to... (contd.)

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