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The Brinc accelerator program, which launched in May of 2018 in partnership with Tamkeen graduated the first batch. four month long program is targeted towards early stage connected hardware and Internet Of Things (IoT) startups, and the program provides their startups with online education and onsite training, and access to investors, manufacturers and industry experts.

Three startups have completed the program thus far, and they are :

The concept behind this company’s idea is to improve productivity and employee efficiency, primarily through an automated software that is installed on wearable devices that are then used to collect metrics regarding their staff.

Bahrain and palm trees have had a love affair spanning through centuries until issues such as the “Red Palm Weevil” infestation came into light, Smart Nakheel have developed a solution that can detect the presence of such outbreak early on, which in turn can help save the agricultural industry millions. Additionally, they plan to work closely with the Bahraini government to help address and solve this problem.

  • Nabdaa Bahrain

Imagine a grocery store or hypermarket experience that didn’t involve waiting at the checkout queue. Nabdaa aspires to normalize that through the use of smart trolleys and an IoT solution called “ALGO,” bringing the digital world to the in-store shopping experience.

Looking forward to seeing what these startups have in store for us, and as for aspiring entrepreneurs, I would suggest you head over to https://www.brinc.io/accelerator/ to find out more about their next cohort which starts October 2018.

Jenan Al-Mukharriq

Jenan Al-Mukharriq

A highly driven organizing member of the StartUp Bahrain ecosystem. And a Project Manager at Matter In Hand with a passion for content creation and empowering communities.