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Three additional tech startups have joined the list of Saudi businesses that have benefited from Badir Program for Technology Incubators and Accelerators. As always, the program provided these new up and coming businesses with an array of consultancy and logistical support. Not only that, Badir also helped these companies come up with a growth and development strategy, targeted at the local market while helping them attract investors.

The three startups are:

  • E3MAL: A smartphone app that serves as a freelance platform where employers can find talented remote employees and contractors from across the region.
  • Jibley: An app aimed at delivering customers’ request from restaurants, pharmacies, retail stores, and others.
  • Oxidane: An app that promises affordable and timely delivery of drinking water throughout the Kingdom.

Nawaf Al Sahhaf, CEO of Badir Program, said during the launching ceremony in Riyadh: “The new startup companies have received logistic and advisory support from Badir Program and the necessary guidance for their growth and business development in the local market.”

He also added: “The launch of these companies comes within the framework of the huge efforts exerted by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, represented by Badir Program to present various aspects of support for Saudi innovators and entrepreneurs and provide an environment that motivates them to develop their ideas and turn them into technical projects.”

In addition to that, Badir CEO stated that his organization is very proud of emerging Saudi entrepreneurs who have worked hard to prove themselves as successful startups.