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Prateek Rao, Author At Iraqi Innovators

Prateek Rao

Prateek holds a Computer Engineering degree from the National Institute of Technology Surathkal and an MBA from IIM Calcutta. He has previously worked in credit rating, software development and research consultancies within the tech, creative, marketing and social development space. He is currently pursuing a civil services career in India. Prateek is an avid reader and tries to write about his general observations. He likes to indulge in interdisciplinary writing that merges various fields.

Last Mile Delivery: The Startup Catalysing Iraq’s Logistics Revolution

Mustafa says that Sandoog’s goal is to “simplify the process of handling goods and delivery between businesses and their customers – within cities and between cities. But we don’t stop at that. Our aim is to empower businesses to elevate their operations, upskill their manpower and upsell their products at a higher quality and quantity. We want […]Read More

Inclusive Tech: The E-Commerce Startup Catering To The Visually Impaired

Yousif Alneamy’s startup Dakakenna has already made news in Mosul given its successful home delivery model that promises delivery within 24 hours. Dakakenna, with revenues growing at a steady pace, has now done something remarkable in the Iraqi startup sector. Something not many commercial tech startups have the bandwidth to discuss, let alone implement – […]Read More