Forbes shared a list called "50 Startups To Watch In The Arab World" that comprises the most innovative startups which have received the most funding. Eight promising Lebanese startups made it on the list!
L’Atelier du MielRank:
L’Atelier du Miel is a honey production startup. The boutique brand, which is located in Beirut, sells more than 30 different types of honey and honey products. L'Atelier du Miel has a unique natural production method which distinguishes its merchandises in the market.
Zoomal is the leading crowdfunding platform in the Middle East. It has already funded over $1 million in projects and raised $580,000 in funding.
Next Automated Robots (N.A.R.) is a startup that develops drones which provide pipeline patrolling solutions thanks to machine learning and computer vision software.
Kamkalima is a platform that provides academic digital Arabic content in the form of stories for K-12 students.
Moodfit is anonline interior design platform that connects customers to interior designers that can personalize their desired space.
Brate is an online marketplace and a local search engine that helps users to find products in Lebanon. The website provides people with products and reviews.
Feedeed is an exclusive online community of top professionals and a freelance marketplace that connects freelancers and hiring managers.
The company developed an easy-to-use and a fast 3D printer which helps designers in creating their prototypes.