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The MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab is back with the 5th edition of the Silicon Valley Program, where MENA-based startups head to Silicon Valley for a week to get introduced to the valley tech ecosystems. 

For those unfamiliar, the Silicon Valley Program is an immersive program for MENA-based startups, where they will exhibit their startups to a global audience of investors, entrepreneurs, and accelerators during Techcrunch Disrupt SF, and will be doing site visits to the world’s largest tech companies like Google, Facebook, and Salesforce. 

This year’s Bahraini startups are sponsored by Tamkeen Bahrain, coming from different industries, and have developed innovative solutions to real-world problems. 

Here are the 8 Bahraini startups that are heading to Silicon Valley:

  • Stories Studio: A game development studio that creates video games with an impact. They design their games around important real-world causes to spread awareness and inspire action.
  • Sinc: A software-as-a-service mobile platform that simplifies the management of a workforce by operating timesheets, location tracking, staff scheduling, and job tracking.
  • Nural Technologies: Nural allows your team to perform their best by providing team management services such as managing tasks, communicating information, setting milestones, sharing tasks and files, and more.
  • Springring: A cloud-based platform that simplifies communication in schools between parents, students, teachers, and school admins. It creates an innovative and creative way to contact everyone in one place. 
  • Hayatech: Hayatech is a B2B, Software as a Service and connected platform that aims to foster an ecosystem around wellness.
  • Tamarran: An online platform that gives users the opportunity to stay fit and promote a healthy lifestyle by booking a wide range of sports activities, venues, fitness classes and more around Bahrain. 
  • Majra: On a mission to reduce unemployment in Bahrain and the GCC region, Majra gives job-seekers a platform to apply to open positions by gaining a better understanding of the workplace culture. 
  • Telp: A platform that allows users to book private lessons with tutors in a wide variety of subjects. Telp empowers tutors by giving them a platform to showcase their services, and empowers students by giving them the opportunity to strengthen their knowledge.

Congratulations to all the startups heading to the Silicon Valley, and to those representing Bahrain, we know that you will make us proud!

For more information on the MIT Enterprise Forum Silicon Valley program, please click here.