What Is Sirdab Lab?
Sirdab Lab exists to help aspiring entrepreneurs realize their dreams and build the best digital products and tech startups they can.
Sirdab Lab is…
Of ambitious entrepreneurs, passionate mentors, and smart investors looking to fund promising startups.
Where you can work on your product, grow your business, and collaborate with other founders and talented individuals.
To support, inspire, and educate through events, workshops and a variety of programs.
Bootcamp, Industry experts, Academic training
Perks & services
Exclusive discount deals for Sirdab startups from service providers (branding, developers, marketing, consulting.. )
1:1 mentoring, office hours, roundtable discussions, shadow learning
Access To Funding
Access to smart money, optional seed funding, access to follow on funding
Becoming a member can move your career forward by connecting you with knowledge, high quality training, the latest tools and tactics, exposure to leading-edge thinking and unparalleled peer networking Find Out More
Looking for somewhere cool, convenient and and inspirational to hold your meetings? We’ve got you covered. You can use Sirdab Lab’s meeting room to have your business get togethers Find Out More
Bashar Al-Abdulhadi is the CTO, founder and self proclaimed Chief Geek Officer at KuwaitNET. His specialties include: Unix/Linux, Opensource Technologies, Domain Names, Application Hosting, Digital Certificates and Security Solutions, Web Development, Internet Infrastructure Services.
Talal Al Awadhi is the CEO of KuwaitNET and Vice Chairman at Viacomms. He is equipped with intensive technical background that helps & support operations in fulfilling & beating expectations.
Dr. Al-Refaei was the Regional Director for the Middle East at Amphion Innovations plc. and focused on turning world-class research and intellectual property into successful and thriving businesses. With the absence of a local environment that promotes such endeavours, he developed an interest in promoting entrepreneurship and health innovation in the region.
Burhan is the electronic channels development manager at a multinational bank, where he oversees the software development practice for alternative channels. He is also a keen developer and volunteer, having released and contributed to open source software.