Mounir shares snippets of his journey since 2017 when he was approached by Indonesian tech unicorn Gojek, then being struck by the pandemic in 2020 and what it meant for Halan’s growth.
We caught up with Cyril Zammit, design advisor and former director of Design Days Dubai.
On this week’s episode, Hashem caught up with Amir Allam, a fellow Egyptian and graduate of the infamous DEO, the German school in Cairo. Amir Allam is the Founder of Elmenus, an F&B marketplace boasting digital menus & delivery for over 6000 restaurants across Egypt. Founded just days shy
As fellow Egyptians and graduates of Harvard College in the 90s, Hashem and Ramy Adeeb initially shared a similar path that led them from Cairo to Cambridge, Massachusetts. We caught up with Ramy this week via Zoom in Silicon Valley to follow his journey from young computer programmer writing software
In today’s episode, Hashem caught up with Feras Jalbout, founder of fintech app Baraka. A UAE-based platform, Baraka’s motto is empowering the investor and encouraging broader financial literacy among millennials and Gen Z’s in the Middle East. Hashem and Feras also discussed his pivot from private wealth
In this week's episode, Chirag takes the lead and discusses something Apple-based. Yep, us Apple Geeks have something new to get excited about to help us get organised digitally! It's fascinating...really. Press play to listen to our witty witticisms and review of the new Focus mode. Hope you enjoy
Plus, nostalgia galore with memories from Sindbad’s Wonderland.
Earlier this year, Chirag shared his move to a new email system which we spoke about on episode 142. He’s about 4 months in and shares an update on how using the system has been, if it’s helped his email workflow and a couple of new features that
This week Chirag did something miraculous! He helped me to remove almost all the apps from my home screen on my phone! Yep I have about 5 apps now on my screen and that is it. I did this decluttering app binge after talking to him during this episode.
Chirag has moved to a new email service, Hey, as a way to get better control of his inboxes.