• Benefit from being part of our community of mentors and entrepreneurs

How It Works

A mentor registers all required information and uploads CV on the website for review and approval
Mentors can specify years of experience in addition to field and speciality
A mentor can specify desired days to provide mentoring during the month
All appointment requests for the meetings are sent electronically to the mentor to approve time and place
Entrepreneurs are to register all required basic information on themselves and their projects.
The appropriate mentor can be selected based on the industry, field, and available information.
The website provides the ability to electronically book an appointment with a specialist.
The website provides the ability to evaluate the mentor after every mentorship session for development and improvement purposes.

Value Of Mentoring

Mentoring plays an important role and is vital in making the right decisions and setting priorities. Mashora is a free electronic platform which connect mentors with entrepreneurs so that they can share their experiences.

Some of our Mentors

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Success Stories

  • Asim Abdulaziz Al Muhwiti
    Business: Al Hijaz Traditional Foods Kitchen, Jeddah, Small Business Program
    Asim Abdulaziz Al Muhwiti is a hard working young man who loves to be independent. When he thought of a project, his first thought was to open a traditional food restaurant. Because he loved this type of food, he was a frequent diner at a number of traditional food restaurants, because each of them had a specific specialty on the menu. Asim thought, “why not start a restaurant that would combine all sorts of different foods under the same roof?” It was a great idea and he had a lot of knowledge about it, but what he lacked was the money. He proposed his idea to a number of people but they all...
  • Mounira Marzouk Al-Balwi
    Business: Center for Special Needs Learning, Small Business Program, Tabuk
    Mounira Al-Balwi’s decision to specialize in ‘special needs learning’ in graduate school was not a coincidence, but in adherence to the teachings of the Prophet (PBUH) who said: “The best of you are the most beneficial to people”. Right after she received her university degree she began to set her plan to establish a school for teaching children with special learning needs in motion. She prepared a feasibility study revealing she had all the elements of success, including her sincere desire, the qualified staff to help the special-needs children, and above all, a sense of moral responsibility...
  • Saeed Awadh Al Mantashri
    Business: Al Sulaimania Café Project, Jeddah, Small Business Program
    The success story of young Saeed Awadh Al Mantashri is a testament to the maturity of Saudi youth and their eagerness to be independent by diving into work fields that, up until very recently, were believed to be exclusively reserved for the expat market, because many young Saudis thought them below their standards. Saeed was so keen on making an honest living and becoming independent, he was determined to go into business for himself and establish a coffee shop. Choosing this venture did not come by chance for two reasons, the first is financial, Saeed was well aware of the profitability of...
  • Jihan Hamza Al-Sheikh
    Business: Al-Madinah Al-Monawarah, Al-Madinah Children’s Paradise Kindergarten and Nursery, Small Business Program
    When asked about her project, Jihan said: “Kindergarten is one of the most important phases that a child goes through at the beginning of their life. It is at this stage that the child is introduced to the outside world. This is when their personality is formed and the dependence on their parents is being reduced in preparation for joining school. This is when they discover that there are people other than their parents and siblings who care for them, and learn to feel safe with them.” Her dream came true when she opened a kindergarten named “Al-Madinah Children’s Paradise”. thanks to Bab...
  • حسين شبيب محمد آل شبيب
    Business: Advertising agency project, Qatif, Small Business Program
    Never give up for maybe the moment of despair is actually the moment when you reach your goals”. This is how Mr. Hussein Al Shabib began telling the story of his professional and personal success. He said: “Given that I am passionate about all forms of photography and design, whether graphics or designing in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Flash, I dreamt about launching an advertising project, which allows me to practice my hobbies and helps me carry my family and social responsibilities. Since such a project requires huge capital, which I was short of, I looked for a source of...

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