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Startup from Scratch I: On Culture

Startups create jobs, new products and disruption. Agreed. We all love startups and we know that many in Iraq work hard to make ideas ‘happen’, with stories of Iraqi entrepreneurs inspiring us everyday. At the same time, around the world and particularly in Iraq, the process is far from easy. Our Startup from Scratch articles […]Read More اقرأ المزيد

Alsaree3, Iraq’s Popular Food Delivery App, Closes Second Investment Round

Alsaree3 Group, consisting of Alsaree3 (food-delivery) and Al Zajel Express (last-mile delivery services), closed a seven-figure bridge round in late March 2021. Coordinated by Iraq Tech Ventures and Innovest ME, the round included prominent Iraqi investors such as Euphrates Advisors, Shwan Ibrahim Taha, Chairman of Rabee Securities, Rawaz Rauf of Hiwa Rauf Group, Bassam Falah, […]Read More اقرأ المزيد

5 Ways To Build A Resilient Business In Iraq

We get it. Launching a startup is quite difficult in Iraq. But making sure your startup is resilient and won’t collapse in the midst of quarantine restrictions and other implications of the global pandemic makes the word ‘difficult’ a total understatement.  In 2019, the government of Iraq imposed internet shutdowns in response to protests demanding […]Read More اقرأ المزيد

Hi-Express Announces Seed Round

The Iraqi Angel Investors Network (IAIN) announced its third facilitated investment into startups in Iraq. The members of the network; Amar Shubar and Jaafar Al Musawi, along with other co-inventors, have made a six figure investment into Hi-Express. In addition, the investment was partially matched by $20,000 in grants from the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale […]Read More اقرأ المزيد

Iraq’s Teami Raises First Investment Round

Teami has concluded its first investment round through the Iraqi Angel Investors Network. The company raised a five-figure round from a group of Iraqi investors including; Mohammed Al-Hakim, the General Manager of Careem in Iraq and Jordan; Iraq Tech Ventures; Ahmed Baqir and KAPITA. In addition, Teami secured $20,000 in grants from the Deutsche Gesellschaft […]Read More اقرأ المزيد

Tabib Baghdad Raises Seed Funding Round

Tabib Baghdad, an online platform that connects Iraqi Patients to Doctors has raised its seed funding round of six figures through the recently launched Iraqi Angel Investors Network, led by KAPITA and Nass Al Iraq. In addition, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH with its project “ICT for youth”, matched a grant of […]Read More اقرأ المزيد

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