Why People Should Stop Claiming That “Dubai Is Fake”

Why People Should Stop Claiming That “Dubai Is Fake”

As the Middle East’s first urban destination, we here at Scoop Empire write a lot about the region’s hottest spots; mainly Dubai. Nearly every week, something interesting is happening in the emirate. From introducing driverless buses to the tallest observation wheel in the world, robot cops and more; it has everything.   Via Ajman Business Setup   Which leads […]

Entrepreneurs Compete at INJAZ Egypt’s #StartUpEgypt2016

Entrepreneurs Compete at INJAZ Egypt’s #StartUpEgypt2016

  One of Egypt’s most beloved organizations, INJAZ Egypt is hosting 20 the most innovative teams to make it to the finalist round and compete in #StartUpEgypt2016. INJAZ Egypt is an educational non-profit organization fostering the future of young Egyptians by connecting the educational system and private sector together to create opportunities within the country. By working with the […]

Viral Visual: What Have We Done To Agamy!?

Viral Visual: What Have We Done To Agamy!?

Not so long ago, summertime and clubbing had a different energy in Egypt. Agamy, The beach resort/town located half an hour away from Alexandria, was Egypt’s most precious summer destination. The place where everything started long before the North Coast and Ain Sokhna emerged, you would be considered fortunate if the beach and the friends’ […]

Q&A: Laila Iskander, Egypt’s New Minister of Urban Renewal and Informal Settlements

Q&A: Laila Iskander, Egypt’s New Minister of Urban Renewal and Informal Settlements

At AIESEC’s recent Egypt Youth to Business Conference, we got the chance to catch the dynamic Laila Iskander for a quick chat. A champion of the people’s right to a basic, dignified livelihood, Iskander has an award-winning background in development. After a cabinet reshuffle following Sisi’s ascension to the presidency (and her outspokenness against Egypt’s […]

Diaries of a Disgruntled Development Worker: Sit El Kol Syndrome

Diaries of a Disgruntled Development Worker: Sit El Kol Syndrome

When navigating the treacherous waters of the public education system, you go from one disaster to another. Inefficiency, bribery, abuse of authority. Chipped paint on the walls, dirty hallways and crammed classrooms. Broken lightbulbs, dirty bathrooms and archaic textbooks. Irrespective of all of this, partnering with public universities is a must if you want to […]

Diaries of a Disgruntled Development Worker: Disruption and Innovation at Flat6Labs

Diaries of a Disgruntled Development Worker: Disruption and Innovation at Flat6Labs

Anyone who works in the field of development knows about “buzz words” – a new hot trend that we all scram to incorporate into our grant proposals and projects in order to get the big bucks. Yes, it’s true, we’re not all guardian angels searching for the best way to heal the world. The grim […]