Startup culture is booming. There are several new startups introducing themselves every month on horizons as diverse as technology, medicine, transportation and education. Here is a list of budding hatcheries to watch this July.
Biotags started its journey from the accelerator program Taqadam, at KAUST University. By using latest college technology, it provides customized protein solutions for research and industrial production. The Biotags technology is helpful in reducing costs, expenditures and development time. It also facilitates early stage introduction of engineered research tools and tailored bio pharmaceuticals or diagnostics.
Flyex is a mobile app. It facilitates its users to search, compare and book different airlines. By using this app, one can easily track flights and send feedback directly to the airline’s social media accounts.
Karwa is a new cab start-up claiming to be one of its kind. It was launched in Baghdad allowing its users to order a cab service from their mobile. This app has an additional emergency button. The button is introduced to facilitate the users in emergency situations. So that users can click on the button during their trip and a rating section.
Libanshop is a dream shopping start-up. It’s an online store that ‘sells almost everything from electronics to computers and office items to jewelry, and watches. Customers can do their shopping using the mobile app available for both Android and iOS.
Pdexi is a start-up for students. This online platform provides people with different online courses. It includes business development, financials, business etiquette, business modeling, and digital marketing, among others. The courses are currently in Arabic.
Return Hound is a Dubai-based company that was launched in 2016. Their expertise is in reuniting owners with items lost in hotels. Users on the platform can report their missing items, and when a match is found, the company will deliver to their doorstep.