Natasha D'Souza

Natasha D'Souza
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Here’s How The MENA Social Enterprise Is Finally Coming Of Age

Since the Grameen-Jameel Microfinance Fund launched in 2003—often considered the Middle East's first social business—thousands of social enterprises have emerged in the region, as several aspiring entrepreneurs seek to tackle everything from... (contd.)
Dubai Dell WE Cities Index

What Dell’s Women Entrepreneur Cities Index Gets Right (And Wrong) About Dubai

Earlier this week, Dell announced the results of its 2017 Women Entrepreneur Cities Index (WE Cities), which aims to measure a city’s ability to attract and support high potential women entrepreneurs, specifically... (contd.)
The struggle is real

MENA Startups Open Up About Their Constant Hunt For Top Talent

With tens of millions of new jobs forecast to be needed by 2020 to meet the demands of a growing MENA region, startups remain one of the “main engines of job creation,”... (contd.)

What Do The New Venture Capital Regulations Mean For UAE’s Money Men?

Venture capital (VC) is widely considered a key driver for innovation, economic growth, and job creation—which enabled significant momentum in startup ecosystems worldwide in the wake of the global financial crisis era. Increasingly... (contd.)
This Lebanese engineer on launching one of the region's leading healthcare startups, CardioDiagnostics.

How I Did It: Ziad Sankari On Turning Personal Pain Into A Mission To Fix Cardiac Care

Part of our “How I Did It” series, featured in the January 2017 issue of Inc. Arabia. Insider stories from from some of the Middle East & North Africa’s most innovative companies; and the grit... (contd.)
This former Washingtonian talks about her dive into the region's fledgling food tech arena with the right co-founder.

How I Did It: Dana Baki On Finding The Right Co-Founder To Launch LUNCH:ON

Part of our “How I Did It” series, featured in the January 2017 issue of Inc. Arabia. Insider stories from some of the Middle East & North Africa’s most innovative companies; and the grit and... (contd.)
An Ivy League Lebanese-American, Zeina Saab on how she gained her social enterprise - Nawaya Network - regional and global recognition.

How I Did It: Zeina Saab On Helping At-Risk Arab Youth

Part of our “How I Did It” series, featured in the January 2017 issue of Inc. Arabia. Insider stories from from some of the Middle East & North Africa’s most innovative companies; and the grit... (contd.)

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