Wafaa Arbash was featured as a HUBweek Change-maker. See the story in this article on Medium
WorkAround beat our 11 other startups from the best Universities in Boston including MIT and Harvard at the 5th annual Beantown Throwdown. A tradition at Hubweek, this 3-minute pitch competition pits the areas best startup teams from top universities against each other as audience members vote by investing with play money. WorkAround's spoils include $12,500 in in-kind legal services from Morse Barnes-Brown & Pendleton, lunch and brainstorming session with CHEN PR and two-tickets to a Red Sox Game in 2018.
WorkAround joined the crowd of over 3,000 tech innovators at Boston's annual TechJam. What a great opportunity for us to share our exciting mission with hundreds of businesses and potential customers!
After working since November in the Lean Launchpad accelerator program, SPARK has awarded WorkAround with $10,000 to implement their business. The money will be used for website development, testing the minimum viable product and paying refugees for tasks completed.