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After endless conflicts, an entrepreneurial ecosystem blooms in Iraq

After endless conflicts, an entrepreneurial ecosystem blooms in Iraq

You’ll have to cut Iraq some slack for being late to the tech startup party. Since at least the early 2000s, the country was the embodiment of civil war, violence, and protracted armed conflicts. But it all changed this April, when Iraq hosted its first ever nationwide hackathon.

Re:Coded Featured in Forbes Middle East

Re:Coded Featured in Forbes Middle East

Becoming a successful entrepreneur is no easy feat. From securing investments to having access to resources, the path to entrepreneurship is often difficult. For refugees, it is even more challenging. Find out more about the journey of some incredible refugee entrepreneurs (and some Re:Coded alumni) who are launching businesses despite the challenges.

Syrian refugees co-found Shiffer, a platform designed to help fellow Syrians

Syrian refugees co-found Shiffer, a platform designed to help fellow Syrians

Azhar and Zahi Al Madani, alongside their co-founders Rasheed and Bilal, began Shiffer, a peer-to-peer online logistics platform for express shipping by making a connection between a reliable passenger and the sender.