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Corporate Culture: The Key to Sustaining a Business

In a recent business meetup by KAPITA, called Corporate Culture: The Key to Sustaining a Business. The discussions centered around the concept... read more

Orange Corners Innovation Fund Launch in Baghdad

KAPITA, a leading private sector development company, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Bank of Iraq (NBI) to launch... read more

KAPITA is awarded the Orange Corners Innovation Fund

KAPITA announced that it has been awarded the Orange Corners Innovation Fund, a EUR 1m fund that will be used to support... read more

Nakhla, an Iraqi agri-tech company, receives its first investment from Euphrates Ventures

Nakhla, an Iraqi-based Agri-tech social enterprise, has received a six-figure investment from Euphrates Ventures, an Iraq-focused venture fund. The investment was facilitated... read more

KAPITA is Participating in the “Iraq Startup Days at EXPO 2020

KAPITA is attending and participating in the “Iraq Startup Days at EXPO 2020” as a company that specializes in investment, research, and... read more

IoT Kids secures an equity investment from Earthlink Telecommunications; Iraq’s largest ISP, through the Iraqi Angel Investors Network

IoT-Kids, an Iraqi-based online programming learning platform for children, has successfully secured five-figure investment from the leading ISP provider in Iraq; Earthlink... read more

The Launch of “Iraqi Data Analysis to Action (iDATA)” Initiative

At KAPITA, the event witnessed the announcement of a new independent and nonprofit initiative called iDATA, short for Iraqi Data Analysis to... read more

Startups’ Scene in the Tourism Sector Event

Iraq is a country that has a very rich history and myriad cultures that extend back to the first known civilizations.

Orisdi signs a 6-figure deal, with Al Sharqiya TV (The largest independent media group in Iraq)

Orisdi, the leading e-commerce store in Iraq, has successfully signed a six-figure deal with Al Sharqiya TV Group (“Sharqiya”)