The 9 Lebanese Startups Chosen by World Economic Forum



9 Lebanese Startups companies that are shaping the fourth industrial revolution were stated in the World Economic Forum. It seems that Beirut is back on the right track.


Let's meet these 9 Startups in Lebanon:

1 Scriptr.io
Is an Internet of Things application factory and marketplace that accelerates enterprise Digital Transformation using connected devices and data.It's the easiest way to create your IoT Projects.


2 Energy 24
Is a Lebanese-based Energy 24 provides 24/7 electricity without generators by effectively stocking and managing electrical power. It's E-Friendly in everywhere for a less polluted environment and control over energy and power consumption.


3 Nar
Develops software solutions to leverage the drone technology for commercial and industrial applications. Their current mission is developing Raven AI: a Software Solution for Drones to automate Pipeline Inspections.


4 Bookwitty
A multilingual & multicultural book discovery platform that allows users to empower their curiosity. Hey, Book lovers, we got just the website for you! ;)

5 Anghami
Play the latest Arabic and international songs for free through Anghami. Something we all want in Lebanon! But we're pretty sure you already heard of it before.

6 Arab Net
The hub for Arab digital professionals and entrepreneurs, creating online and offline platforms for them to connect and learn.

7 Jaleesa
A tech driven social impact startup that connects families with a trusted babysitter. Its mission is to create 100,000 jobs and shape a generation through better childcare. Working Mothers must LOVE this!

8 Nymgo
Is the largest OTT international calls provider in the Middle East and North Africa, with millions of Nymgo app downloads and a user base of over 3M individuals in over 190 countries.

9 Inmobiles
Legacy system replacement, in the areas of IP mobile messaging, call completion, convergence management, virtual numbers and social telephony by blending the power of communication with its technology.

Source: World Economic Forum
World Economic Forum

 
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