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It’s no surprise to us whenever we see new startups popping into the ecosystem, whether international or not, it’s always great to see and welcome these fantastic talents. Also, what better way to make them even more amazing and stand out than by nurturing and accelerating them? Well, that’s what Flat6Labs Bahrain are currently doing.

With the recent success of their demo day, Flat6Labs are back at it again and have decided to take in eight startups under its wing for its latest cycle. Flat6Lab’s second cycle brings the total number of companies invested in since announcing their launch in March.

Curious to find out who they are? Well, here is a roundup of who’s who in Flat6Labs latest cycle:

The Indian startup ExpressBase was founded by Suresh Balasubramanian and is an extremely high productivity multi-tenant rapid application development and delivery platform for small and medium-sized businesses, and it’s all based on the cloud.

Founded by Abdulla Al-Radhi, Akalati is an eCommerce online mobile platform for caterers and restaurants. The application will allow customers to customize their orders based on their catering needs, arrange for specific services, and pay smoothly for all of it on one app.

Tamarran is a community-based application which was founded by Ali Zayer and Mahdi Nasheet. The app aims to help people find and book specific sports venues and recreational activities wherever it is in Bahrain. Not only that but with Tamarran, people will also be able to find a sports partner – so that you can feel less lonely when doing your activities.

Specializing in motorsports, extreme sports, and entertainment, uTrack TV VOD is an on-demand video application and platform. Founded by Ali Mahmood, uTrack aims to give people access to live streams, live events, and championships, as well as TV shows and documentaries.

Founder of Telp Ameena Bucheeri was inspired to create Telp due to her passion in the education field. Telp offers a vast amount of private tutors in several areas of education and provides an organized, criteria based portal that is designed to help students connect and book with the right tutors.

The Bahraini brand AlQabael is founded by Khalifa AlDossary and aims to revamp the traditional Arabic Dress (thoub) with new age and new generation designs. The Arabic Dress which is purely handmade are for those who want to stand out from the crowd and be unique; it is definitely not for the faint-hearted.

The ides first stemmed when founder Abdulwahab AlZanakawi noticed that people started going out more often and started carrying around less cash than they use to. UseSwap is a straightforward and easy to use application that provides services such as sending and requesting money for whatever the occasion.

The startup SINC is a multi-platform cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) that allows companies across the US and abroad to manage their daily and hourly workforce. SINC is a New Zealand based startup which was founded by Sam Dolbel and Sam Mathews.

There you have it, the eight startups that will be taking part in the Flat6Labs cycle. StartUp Bahrain would like to wish the very best to Flat6Labs and their new startups on this journey, and we cannot wait to see what these startups have in store once the cycle is over. Until then, we’ll have our fingers crossed.

To find out more about Flat6Labs and their accelerator program, head on over to their website.

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