The startup scene in the Arab world continues to boom, culminating this year in several high value deals. These include the acquisition of Souq.com by Amazon, construction major Emaar Malls buying a majority stake in Namshi.com, and Careem raising half a billion dollars from the likes of Rakuten Inc., STC Ventures, Kingdom Holding Company and Daimler.
50 Start-ups to Watch are those who have not yet received big-ticket funding but are looking promising for the future. And the 50 Most Active Investors ranking recognizes the backers spotting the entrepreneurial talent and helping these businesses thrive through funding.
We’re very excited to announce that Brate was #25 of Forbes’ 2017 list of 50 startups to watch in the Arab World.
For the full article and the list of 50 startups to watch in the Arab World, check out Forbes Middle East.