HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL NEWSROOM:
The Harvard Business School wrote an article highlighting Black founders in the MBA Class of 2021. nour™'s CEO and founder, Mae Abdelrahman, was highlighted in the article. She discusses nour™ and the inspiration behind creating nour™, a company "built on the belief that all shades of skin deserve to be valued and protected equally." Click here to read the article.
nour™ is built on the belief that all shades of skin deserve to be valued and protected equally. We are currently in the formula development of creating a unique SPF formula for dark skin tones. To learn more or to donate to our initiative, please visit our crowdfunding link.
The Amber Grant Foundation was established in 1998 to support female small business owners. Mae Abdelrahman, nour™'s founder and CEO, was selected as the June 2020 recipient and is now a qualifier for the $25,000 year-end Amber Grant. Click here to learn more.
LET'S TALK PALM BEACH
Let's Talk is a multi-industry innovation conference featuring influential entrepreneurs and industry experts. Mae Abdelrahman, CEO and founder of nour™, was be a speaker at the 2020 conference discussing her entrepreneurial journey, industry experience, and the lack of equity in the skincare market.
HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL ROCK ACCELERATOR:
Harvard Business School (HBS) Arthur Rock Center Accelerator is a highly immersive program designed specifically for HBS student founders of early-stage startups. nour™ was selected as a 2020-2021 business to experience deep-dive coached sessions and check-ins, pitch feedback and other opportunities. Click here to learn more.
DRIVEN SOCIETY PODCAST
Driven Society Podcast co-hosts explore the narratives of success of individuals across various industries. In this episode, CEO and founder of nour™, Mae Abdelrahman, talks about representation in the skin and beauty industry as well as the importance of relationships and the access afforded therein. Click here to learn more.