There is a lot of data that discusses the characteristics of female business owners; the problems that women face; financial information regarding women-owned businesses and how female entrepreneurs should prepare for the future. Women began to become more productive, in the Mideast and North Africa, and many successful women break stereotypes and start their enterprises.
Hind and Nadia Wassef, as well as Nihal Shawky and Ziad Bahaa Eldin, founded Diwan. The group hoped to unite western and eastern cultures and aesthetics while spreading Arab culture through its boutique shop, which also sold books. they represent it as a story, not just a normal store. Diwan hosts a variety of activities, including a reading club, painting workshops, and even children’s events.
Waggish is a digital illustrations brand based in the UAE that focuses primarily on original Arabic designs that are both affordable and within reach. The founders, Raghad Murad, Farah Mohamed, Dalia Al Ashrafi, and Abdullah Abdelhadi started with a vision to push more Arabic cultures into the contemporary scene. It has since been under the direction of Raghad Murad.
Beam: A Women’s Health Business
A brand of women’s health and wellness products was founded by Nour Emam. The inspiration for “Beam” was inspired by the fact that we couldn’t find good products that suited our health needs, were affordable and were created locally. “Beam” provides women’s health information on their website in order to raise women’s health awareness.
Local Gen-Z business “Gammbaz” produces cruelty-free, eco-friendly candles. During the pandemic, the founder “Alia Osman”, was thinking about how to do something useful. She started a candle-making business when she was only 13. Gammbaz’s candles have unique scents that appeal to everyone.
Maryam Samy founded an amazing small business of handpainted mirrors and handmade ceramics. She is a talented artist who uses her talent as reflected in her work.