How young Arab entrepreneurs are powering job creation

Moving away from their historical over-reliance on the public sector, Arab youth are empowering themselves by pursuing entrepreneurship avenues and these young Arab entrepreneurs are creating employment at scale The eighth United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) calls for promoting “inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment, and decent work for all.” A new report by the

GroFin Guide for Entrepreneurs

The GroFin guide for entrepreneurs: Working Capital Management

To talk of financial management and not touch upon working capital management is not possible. This GroFin business support guide provides an overview on working capital management to help entrepreneurs understand the importance of working capital for building a sound financial future for the organisation.

My School

Al-Bassam International Enterprise trading as My School It can be difficult to find a partner to support and finance the entrepreneurial dream of a start-up. Nabil Al Raisi and his wife Samia vowed to make My School an even better and bigger learning place when they saw their school’s classrooms over populated after only a

United Birba Enterprises

United Birba Enterprises (UBE) started as a trading company in 2010, trading in foam mattresses, pillows, marbles, right-hand steering vehicles, tires and lubricants. After one of its main suppliers lost his factory due to a fire, Nasser Al Habsi, the founder of UBE decided to venture into the manufacture of its own mattresses. Nasser then

Al Duqum International Group

Created in 2007, Al Duqum International Group (DIG) forms part of the PDO’s local community contractors (LCC) for the north of the Sultanate of Oman. Its main activities involve construction and maintenance work for oil and gas companies. One of the future plans of DIG is to act as contractor with the oil and gas

Cyber Laundry

In 2009, Mohammed Taki quit his job to start his own laundry business, which he named, Cyber Laundry. As the demand for laundering and dry cleaning services grew, Mohammed realised he needed more than just funding to purchase new machinery, he needed business advice.