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It’s been a long and fruitful journey to where we are today, 8 Lean Startup Program waves have concluded successfully with a 9th on the horizon. Following is a round-up of some of the best startups that we’ve incubated so far:
Kinecto, a LSP8 graduate and a current incubatee, sought to tackle a major problem to anyone who uses a mobile phone. Phones these days have bigger screens and faster processors, but little advancement in terms of battery life. Kinecto solves that by creating a phone case with a built-in battery that charges itself while you walk. They claim that you only need around 5,000 steps, basically an hour in Villaggio, to get your phone fully charged to 100%. If preordering was an option, I’d be the first one to get it.
- The International Spearfishing Academy
This startup targets the adventure seekers; The International Spearfishing Academy offers courses that are truly unique. CEO & Founder – Dr. Jamal Alkhanji was quoted saying, “We offer the first ever written manual on spearfishing in the world”. Courses are available for anyone above 18 years old and is a competent swimmer.
Restaurants are always trying to better understand their customers and create personal relationships with them, and that’s where Feed comes in. Their app connects restaurants with customers in a way that’s never been done before. By learning about their likes and dislikes, among other details, of a specific customer, the restaurant can better serve the customer’s needs and understand their trends.
A true Qatari success story, S.Ishira is the first luxury perfume line that is meant for corporate gifting, completely made in Qatar. Showcased in Milan’s luxury perfume exhibition – Esxence for 2 years drew massive awareness and admiration for what S.Ishira has to offer.
Catering the education sector, Ibtechar is a platform that uses technological innovations to improve the teacher-student relationship. By updating the teaching methods used in schools today into methods that are more engaging for the students, teachers can better deliver the information to a more interested student. Their biggest achievement is the Sanea bus, a moving workshop that interacts with students to increase awareness and interest in innovation.
These are some of the most impactful startups that we’ve seen so far and we’re always on the lookout for more. Do you have an idea that can help solve a problem? Do you have an idea that can change the way we live? Show us what you’ve got by signing up for LSP Wave 9 through this link: http://www.qbic.qa/application/