Bildits uses hands-on activities to introduce children aged 5 and up to the world of construction.
This 360-degree educational experience benefits children not only in terms of creativity and innovation, but also in terms of scientific curiosity. Bildits is a success story in Lebanon, with the founders opting to sell after building the company from the ground up.
In this episode of the BerytechBeat, we chat with Wael Saade, Co-founder of Bildits. Wael’s own playfulness reflects the learn-and-play values of Bildits as he talks about launching the startup while still a student, the dedication to building a successful product, and the decision to sell Bildits.
Wael opens up about his mental health, dealing with burnout, and spending his entire adult life as an entrepreneur.
About the Podcast
The BerytechBeat podcast interviews Lebanon’s most inspiring founders, operators, investors, and innovators. They share their stories of entrepreneurship, leadership, strategy, management, and fundraising. They also dive into their personal journeys of growth, setbacks, failures, and learnings. Berytech has catalyzed the creation of the Lebanese entrepreneurial ecosystem since its launch in 2002, and in the last 20 years has supported 5000+ entrepreneurs including 1700+ startups and SMEs to start, grow and scale. Show host, Maya Rahal, is Berytech’s Director of Communication and has spent 12+ years supporting and enabling entrepreneurs in Lebanon.