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  • Projects | hasoub

    HASOUB ON CAMPUS Hasoub's programs and activities for Arab students inside university campuses. Where we help to empower them with the entrepreneurial spirit, knowledge, and skills they need to thrive as entrepreneurs and technologists. HASOUB CAMPUS CHAPTERS: Our infrastructure inside the campuses, wherein each campus we have a team of volunteers managing the community, running the events and coordinating our OnCampus projects. STUDENTS CAREER PROGRAM: Partnering with different organization and entities to help students from our campus communities to find proper employment in the tech industry. Main community segment: Arab students, year 2+ who are seeking jobs in the hi-tech industry. ​ CAMPUS STARTUP CUP: A year-long cross-campus program in the form of a competition, including talks, hackathons, mentoring, boot camp and a pitching night. Main community segment: Arab students, year 2+ who has ideas for technological innovation and want to know how to pursue them HASOUB IN TOWN "Change happens from within", that's why in this project we're focusing on building communities around tech-innovation inside Arab towns and villages. We believe that empowering these communities will help them create the sustainable economic and social change Hasoub is seeking. HASOUB GARAGE An innovation and technology center and coworking space for Arab entrepreneurs and technologists, located in Wadi-Ara. (converting a 100 years old building in Arara to a garage) STARTUP SCHOOL: Meetups, sessions, workshops and courses around tech-entrepreneurship inside Arab towns and villages. Main community segment: Young people (18-35) interested in developing and pursuing technological innovative ideas but lack the knowledge/skills/resources to do so. A program aiming to expose ANGEL INVESTORS PROGRAM: business men and women from the Arab society to the hi-tech investments. Done in partnership with an academic partner (university) and an industry partner (venture capital fund). Main community segment: Second generation members of family businesses.

  • Pairs Program | hasoub

    Paving your way into High-Tech Hasoub PAIRS , is a newly-launched pilot program that connects Arab students from the Tech field with mentors from the High-Tech sector. The program is open for registration twice a year. mentors will meet with their mentees over 4 months period with 16 hours in total, with a focus on addressing specific jointly-identified challenges facing the mentee to start their career and get involved in the High-Tech sector You will get Having an engineer as an "older sibling" in the High Tech industry Job Fair Events Membership in Hasoub Hightech community Workshops One-on-one Mentor/mentee Intensive skill-building program Mock-ups interviews And much more .. Your mentor could be one of these big companies Who can apply as a Mentee? Highly motivated students who are in thier third year of thier studies or last 4 semesters to finish , and are looking for an opportunity to become part of the Hi-Tech industry Join Hasoub PAIRS program Now Join as a mentor

  • Hasoub Conference 2021 | Hasoub

    Hasoub Annual Conference 22 Hasoub Garage Grand Opening Sign Up Add to calender 16.09.2022 Hasoub Building - Ar'ara For the 5th consecutive year, Hasoub is holding the biggest tech-entrepreneurship event in the Arab society, Hasoub’s annual conference, that will take place on 16.9.2022 in Ar'ara. ​ This conference is a huge opportunity not only for networking with like-minded peers and getting exposed to the opportunities among us, but also for giving a platform to celebrate the achievements of those of us who made it far and are role models for other aspiring entrepreneurs. With over 500 attendees and tens of speakers taking part, our conference. Team Rabea Zioud Co-Founder & CEO Sandra Ashhab VP & Arab Angels Club Lead Mahmoud Zidan Chief Creative Officer Yara Aun Pairs Program Manager & Job Fair Manager Abdalla Sakran Website Vampire Besan Wattad Community Manager & Queen of allnighters Khadra Anabosy PR Specialist Unicorn Mohammad Moslimany Director of Photography Previous Conferences Stay tuned

  • London RoadShow

    The London Roadshow is a collaboration between the British Embassy and Hasoub, which will bring five leading Arab startups to London for four days of skills development, business evolvement and network expansion. Apply Now Startups will undergo a tailor-made programme, meet-up with British VCs and top tech experts, as well as acquire the desired theoretical and practical tools, to assist them in developing their startups and expand their business operations. About The UK Israel Tech Hub & British Embassy The UK Israel Tech Hub is a not-for-profit venture operating out of the British Embassy Israel since 2011. The embassy maintains and develops relations between the UK and Israel. The Hub was founded by the UK government as a means to drive economic growth by helping British companies partner with cutting-edge technology from Israel. The Hub has earned a strong reputation as the finest “resident experts'' in Israel, one of the world’s leading clusters of technology and innovation. About Hasoub Hasoub is a grassroots NGO paving the way for the coming generation of Arab tech-entrepreneurs. Hasoub’s goal is to help create a more productive Arab society, prospering with entrepreneurship and innovation, and a more diverse and inclusive “Startup Nation”. Hasoub focuses on 3 pillars, building infrastructure inside the Arab cities/villages, filling the pipeline with more potential Arab entrepreneurs/engineers by building communities around tech-entrepreneurship and empowering them with the knowledge, skills, network and encourage the Arab business people and investors to invest in tech startups in order to lead to social and economic change. More About The Programme Among the many activities planned for this delegation, startups will traverse and indulge in various topics, such as: Customer Discovery, Finance Readiness and Strategy, Developing Sustainable Business Models and Increasing Sales. Startups will also hear from, and engage with, British VCs, fundraisers, government bodies and corporates. As well as, meet and network with UK founders and entrepreneurs. Programme timeline 21.10 3.11 10.11 11.11 6.12 9.12 Application opens Application closes Residency event Final answers Delegation starts Delegation ends Apply Now Contact Us

  • Hacking the Crime | hasoub

    Hasoub desires to help develop solutions to the complex problems in the community using technology, innovative solutions by thinking outside the box. Technology has created new opportunities to bring about social change and solve problems and challenges in society; new technologies have tremendous potential to contribute to preventing violence and crime in the community. ​ We are looking for the great minds of entrepreneurs, engineers, developers, social activists, teachers, social worker economists, innovators, students, designers, scientists, influencers, doctors, manufacturers, consultants, campaigners, investors, brand managers, athletes, actors, industry experts, adventurers young and old etc. REGISTER AS A PARTICIPANT Septermber 24-25, 2021 Nazareth Industrial Park THE GOAL The goal is to develop solutions to crime and violence problems in an innovative way by thinking outside the box, recruiting technological talent, and developing solutions that involve all relevant factors. Technology has created new opportunities to bring about social change and solve problems and challenges in society; new technologies can potentially prevent violence and crime in the community. TIMELINE Friday 24.9.2021 8:00-9:45 Registration and Breakfast 10:00 Opening remarks 11:00 Kicking off the hacking 14:00 Lunch 15:00 Problem solving 16:00 Back to Hack 20:00 Ice-cream Break 24:00 Midnight Pizza 00:00-09:00 Overnight Hacking Saturday 25.9.2021 9:00-10:00 Breakfast 10:00 Business Model Canvas 10:45 Back to Hack 14:00 Lunch 15:00 Hacking and pitching rehearsals 18:00 The finals (Pitching the Ideas) 20:00 Winners announcement and closing The Challenges Violence against women Domestic violence Bullying in schools Organized crime Shoot - and - kill crimes Violence against children WHO CAN JOIN? Students High-tech employees Entrepreneurs Graphic designers Social activists REGISTER AS A PARTICIPANT HELP FIGHT CRIME REGISTER AS A MENTOR PARTNERS Ages 20+ COMMUNITY PARTNERS Ages 20+ TEAM Rabea Zioud Co-Founder & CEO at Hasoub Yara Aun Project Manager at Hasoub Sandra Ashhab VP of Organisational Development & Arab Angels Club Lead at Hasoub Besan Wattad Network Manager at Hasoub Alaa Kryeem Senior security software engineer, Microsoft Gassan Tabajah Staff Software Engineer at Intel Corporation Orsan Awawdi Senior DevOps Engineer at BMC Software A Project By

  • Hasoub On Campus | hasoub

    Background Hasoub is a grassroots NGO paving the way for the coming generation of Arab tech-entrepreneurs and working towards creating a more productive Arab society, prospering with innovation and entrepreneurship. Hasoub focuses on filling the pipeline with more potential Arab entrepreneurs by empowering university students and early-stage entrepreneurs with the knowledge, skills, network and resources they need to pursue their dreams and build their startups.

  • Hasoub Conference 2020 | Hasoub

    08.12.2020 For more information and updates Sign Up Now Add to calender Agenda 1:00PM -1:30PM Opening Remarks Mr. Aiman Saif and Mr. Rabea Zioud will welcome the audience to The New Normal Conference . 1:30PM - 1:45PM Prof. Yossi Matias, VP Engineering, Search & AI Research at Google Prof. Matias is the Vice President of Engineering, at Google, Search, and AI. He is the global leader of Crisis Response efforts; He is also the founding managing director of Google's R&D Center in Israel and the founding co-lead of Google's for Social Good initiative. Prof. Matias is a recipient of the Godel Prize and is an ACM Fellow. He is a recipient of the 2019 ACM Kanellakis Theory and Practice Award for seminal work on the foundations of streaming algorithms and their application to large-scale data analytics. The main idea of this discussion revolves around the post-COVID-19 era consequences and how to accommodate with the current situation along with ensuring successful business operations. 1:45pm - 2:10pm Panel Arab Municipalities within our New Normal COVID-19 pandemic has forced every country and institution around the globe to adopt new modes of working. It has made us realize the advancement of technology that we were not aware of. We have opened to diversity day by day. One of the fine examples of this is remote working. Remote working has given us a chance to work outside the traditional office. In some Arab villages and cities, a third lockdown was imposed because of growing corona cases. The rising question for the Arab municipalities is that, are they ready to avoid another wave of Coronavirus? How pandemic has brought pressure to the Arab municipal staff and how they responded to the outbreak. To be more precise, what measurements and adaptations have they embraced to lower the number of increasing cases and how they managed to ensure the health of their community in this pandemic? The coronavirus pandemic caused major distress and forced the municipalities to respond in emergencies with different and unbiased approaches. In the following situation, how are they responding to the 'new normal'? Panelists: Mr. Aiman Saif , Chairman at Hasoub, Head of the Coronavirus Administration in the Arab Society Dr. Yousef Awawdi , Mayor of Kafr Kanna Mr. Mudar Younis , Mayor of Ara - Arara & Head of the National committee of Arab Mayors Dr. Muhammad Nabari , Former Mayor of Hura, CEO at Yanabia 2:10pm - 2:40pm Panel Career Development and Community Engagement Moderator: Ms. Jumana Hakim , D&I Communities Manager and Project North Leader Community plays a significant role in the development of its individuals. For instance, our network is an outstanding epitome of coordination. How do we help each other? How the community is shaped by the needs of the individuals. How the community can boost confidence and conversion rate. Community and individuals are interdependent because it is the community which inculcates positivity and optimism in individuals. To what extent the success of an individual depends on the community? How collective action responds to community development and how it helps in generating solutions? How far is the connection important to reserve the community? How can these communities be maintained in the long run? Panelists: Ms. Reem Amara , Firmware Engineer at Intel Corporation, AIC active member, AWSc team leader Mr. Hazem Khattab , Hi-Tech Sector Manager / YCC Forum Manager at Co-Impact Ms. Tala Khazen, PhD Candidate in Neuroscience and a COO in AWSc forum Mr. Samer Aamar , Senior Software Engineer and Data Scientist, Dynamics365 Recommendation 2:40pm - 3:00pm Panel Work from Home: Pros and Cons Will remote working become the new normal? Employers and workers have adapted new ways to get their work done. How this change is affecting our lives? What are the benefits and drawbacks of remote working? How workplace technology has decreased the distance of boundaries and opened ways for new opportunities? How working from home is affecting our personal and professional life? Panelists: Mr. Louai Ghalia , Software Developer at eko Ms. Duna Wattad, Physical Design Engineer at Apple Mr. Shadi Rian , Cyber Security Team Lead/ Full Stack Engineer at ZoomInfo Mr. Saeed Kharouf , Logic Design Engineer at Qualcomm 3:00pm - 3:20pm Fireside Chat: Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk, Microsoft Corporate Vice president, Cloud & AI security CTO, Israel R&D Center General Manager Microsoft is one of the leading tech companies in the world, the company products in almost every house and organization. Microsoft is the first company to open an R&D site in an Arab city, In Nazareth. Recently Microsoft was ranked as the best workplace in the High tech industry according to the rating of Dun and Bradstreet. Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk is Microsoft Corporate Vice president, Cloud & AI security CTO, Israel R&D Center General Manager. The session will focus on her journey, Microsoft and the role of its R&D sites, the New Normal, and how the Arab society can better integrate into the tech industry. Interviewing Michal, Ms. Nawa Jahshan, CEO of Co-impact the partnership for a breakthrough in Arab employment. Nawa has extensive knowledge in working with big corporations and multinational companies in order to better engage the Arab society in the workforce. 3:20pm - 3:25pm Arab Angel Investor Club, Founders club Updates 3:25pm - 3:50pm Panel Start-ups: survival and prosperity What are the impacts of the pandemic on entrepreneurship? What are the challenges and opportunities to be an entrepreneur during the covid-19? What are the new windows of opportunities for the entrepreneurs in the post Covid-19 world? What are your suggestions for them to take full benefits of these opportunities? What do you suggest for start-ups that are facing multiple problems due to pandemic? They should make necessary changes to their businesses, or they take important measures to switch to remote working or what about completely new business models Panelists Ms. Hanadi Said , CEO at Sensai Dr. Hasan Abasi , Founder & CEO at HAAT Mr. Aziz Kaddan , Co-founder & CEO at Myndlift 3:50pm - 4:10pm Fireside Chat: Maty Zwaig, CEO of Scale-Up Velocity by Start-Up Nation Central What about start-up nation central. Is it only in Tel Aviv or is it really central and inclusive? Is the experience of the working team the only way to solve the issues and bridge the gap. Or what other solutions are there in mind? 4:15pm - 4:40pm Panel The Venture Capital in the New Normal How to make the right decisions during and after the covid-19 era, with respect to new opportunities from investment and profit-making view? As change is the only constant, how would you see people taking the risk in new ventures and businesses because of opportunities created by the Covid-19.? Panelists ​ Mr. Habib Hazzan, Managing General Partner of Ibtikar VC Mr. Fadi Swidan, VP Marketing and Business Development, Takwin VC Mr. Mohamed Hibi, CPA, Partner, Professional Department and Director of Nazareth Office, Deloitte 4:40pm - 5:00pm Fireside Chat: Anya Eldan- VP Innovation Authority Start-up strategies and innovation ​ How much potential is needed to invest in Arab start-ups? How can this potential bring positive outcomes? 4:55pm-5:15 pm Fireside Chat: Prof. Jihad Elsanaa - Dean of CS at BGU Pandemic has impacted every sphere of life. It has changed each and every institution and even the social behaviour of the public. Similarly, the educational framework has changed a lot. How would you assist students and professionals to get maximum advantages of these novel concepts? 5:15pm-5:40pm Panel Power Skills for Jobs of the Future How the new normal increased the chances for the minorities? How diversity unfolded more opportunities? How remote working has changed working conditions? In the long run, how would you see this diversity helpful for the development of the global community? 5:40pm -6:00 pm Fireside Chat: Yuval Hofshy- CTO eko CTO and VP R&D at eko, choice-driven content creation and publishing platform.Yuval started programming at age twelve and launched his first venture when he was sixteen years old. He lead the development of products and services across many industries, from consumer electronics and manufacturing, to cloud-based products which serve millions of users. Yuval has been a part of some of Israel’s most outstanding tech achievements and some of its glorious failures. He learned a lot doing both. He also volunteers at schools, where he teaches software to kids. 6:00pm - 6:25pm Panel Impacts of COVID-19 on global innovation How pandemic will affect investment in global innovation? Where Global-Innovation stands in Pandemic? Are global innovation hubs in crisis or emerging stronger? How is the new normal changing the rules of the game? Panelists: Leena Zoabi Abu Mukh , Head for International Cooperation at Skolkovo Foundation Jumana Muwafi , Senior Vice President at Synopsys Inc, IP Solutions Dona Haj , Director of the UK Israel Tech Hub Anna Marti , Head Global Innovation Hub Omar Hassan , Managing Director at Global Growth Hub Armin Reinartz, Former Director at Global Innovation Hub & Greater China Unit, Friedrich Naumann Foundation 6:25pm - 6:55pm Campus Startup Cup 2020 - Final A three months annual student competition takes place which is specially designed for the extra-ordinary candidates. It provides a window of opportunity for ambitious students to get all the necessary information for their start-ups. This program is open to all students irrespective of their educational institutions and degrees. In the beginning, 14 groups joined the project this year, 5 were selected during the semi-pitch stage and at the end, 3 winners will be selected during the conference. 6:55pm - 7:00pm Closing Speakers Prof. Yossi Matias Dr. Yousef Awawdi Jumana Hakim Daher Kaiss Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk Nawa Jahshan Hazem khattab Maty Zwaig Anya Eldan Tala Khazen Samer Aamar Mudar Younis Fadi Swidan Mahmoud Kinana Habib Hazzan Louai Ghalia Yuval Hofshy Dr. Muhammad Nabari Leena Zoabi Abu Mukh Omar Hassan Saeed Kharouf Shadi Rayan Partners Sponsors Community Partners Check out the previous Hasoub Conference Stay tuned

  • Hasoub Garage | hasoub

    H ASOUB GARAGE Background ​ During the past 4 years we’ve conducted several events and programs in places like Google Campus, Microsoft space, WeWork and other co-working spaces in Tel-Aviv area, and there we’ve experienced and learned how vital such places are to the ecosystem, and how is it that when a place is nearby and accessible people start to gather and communities start to form. So, we believe that bringing such centers to our society will help facilitating innovation, helping entrepreneurs, inspiring younger ones and hopefully shifting the mindset of our society towards entrepreneurship to positively impact our economy. ​ ​ The Garage ​ HASOUB GARAGE is our innovation and technology center and coworking space for entrepreneurs from the Arab minority in Israel. It’s located in Wadi-Ara in the triangle area where there are 6 major Arab cities and 23 villages, total of 300,000 citizens. The current building is 500m2, and it’s part of a planned 11,000m2 project for culture, education and economic development in the area. The main goal of the center is to facilitate entrepreneurship and innovation in the area through programs for entrepreneurs and investors, in addition to providing educational programs and help inspiring the coming generations. ​ In the Garage ​ Coworking Space + Incubator for entrepreneurs Acceleration Program + angel investments program Workshops & Sessions + community events We're getting closer t o finish stage 1 The construction works in Hasoub Garage are up and running, as we are moving forward into the finals stages of the project, we need your support to get it done with no further delays. Donate Now We need your support to get it done with no further delays 1,000 $ 5,000 $ 10,000 $ Other - Contact Us

  • CSC 2021 | hasoub

    Registration is open for 2021 program Registration Open About Hasoub Campus Start-up Cup - Student Accelerator CSC - Student Accelerator is a yearly competition program that takes place over a three-month period, specifically targeting aspiring university students, giving the opportunity to gain valuable insights into how entrepreneurs start their very own companies and the unique mindsets that often accompanies a successful venture to fulfill their technological and entrepreneurial potential. The Program Knowledge Group work Engaging lectures One on One mentors Hands-on projects Best practices Let's solve the world's biggest challenges Why should you apply for the CSC - Student Accelerator? The program will provide you with a range of skills to explore and a range of opportunities to test your business idea. After completing the program you will gain entrepreneurial and employability skills to be more competitive in the industry. Students will be ready to apply to early stage funding and to apply for local and international acceleration programs. This is a great and unique opportunity for students to develop their innovative and creative ideas further and be ready to take their own start-ups to the next level. Who can apply? Arab students from all educational backgrounds Arab students from different universities and colleges Arab students who are interested and are passionate in exploring innovative and unique entrepreneurship opportunities Arab students who are looking to gain entrepreneurial skills How to apply? 01 Students are invited to form teams of 2-4 02 Fill the application form *Individuals who cannot form a team but are interested in joining the program, should join Hasoub Facebook community to find others individuals who are looking to form teams Apply Now Application Process Submit Your Application Applications Reviewed Successful Applicants Notified! Prizes 01 Participate in an international entrepreneurship conference, where the winning groups can pitch their ideas in front of hundreds of different investors from different countries around the world. 02 One from the following: $1K Prototyping grant $1K website design $1K Logo and branding $5K/$10K Cloud credit 03 Pitch event - winning groups will pitch to a panel of investors who are interested in early stage startups Last year experience 1/18 Community Partners If you need more information regarding the program, registration or if you have more inquiries please contact us: Contact Aseel Idilbi Campus Director - Technion Mobile : 050-7534432 Email : Apply as a Participant Become a Mentor

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