C3 Enterprise’s Nafham is Middle East’s largest educational platform

Article published in Egyptian Streets

With more than 60 million video views and 600,000 active students on a monthly basis in 5 countries, Nafham has cracked the entrepreneurial scene by becoming the Middle East’s region largest educational platform.

We sat down with Muhammad Habib, co-founder and COO of Nafham to learn more about the platform.

WHAT WAS THE MAIN OBJECTIVE BEHIND INITIATING SUCH A…

C3 boosts UAE’s contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Article published in Thomson Reuter’s Zawya
Dubai-based social enterprise hosts workshop to help businesses developing ideas based on theories of change.

Dubai, 11th of April, 2016 – Responding to the United Nations international appeal for the Sustainable Development Goals, the Dubai-based social enterprise C3 – Consult and Coach for a Cause is hosting an interactive workshop dedicated to this topic. In collaboration with…

C3: Where Social Entrepreneurs Go to Grow

Article published in Tharawat Magazine

The journey of a social entrepreneur can be a lonely one, as they juggle the challenges of running a growing enterprise while staying true to their vision of a better world. But now that journey can be made easier thanks to C3, a UAE-based social enterprise that mobilizes corporate professionals to support emerging social entrepreneurs on a volunteer…

Carpool Arabia launches mobile app

Article published in Arabian Business

Carpool Arabia, a Dubai-based ride-sharing start-up, which has proven its carpooling concept by enjoying 21 percent month on month growth since its inception in 2013, has launched its mobile app.

Benjamin de Terssac, founder of Carpool Arabia, states that more than 2,000 UAE residents have installed the app since the launch.

By connecting urban commuters – drivers with…

Corporate Volunteering in the Middle East

Article published in Realized Worth’s Blog by Medea Nocentini and Anna-Liisa Goggs

Corporate Volunteering looks different around the world. For example, in Slovakia’s post-communist culture, you may find the term “service learning” more effective than the word “volunteering.” In China, nonprofits are not nonprofits as we understand them in North America. Every culture has its nuances and if there’s one in particular…