Jida Itani On Hub71's Mission To Foster MENA Entrepreneurs In Abu Dhabi At Arabnet Beirut 2019, Abu Dhabi's business incubator Hub71, a tech hub initiative by Mubadala Investment Company, Microsoft, SoftBank Vision Fund and Abu Dhabi Global Market, announced that it was teaming up with MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab to bolster MENA's entrepreneurship ecosystem.

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At Arabnet Beirut 2019, Abu Dhabi's business incubator Hub71, a tech hub initiative by Mubadala Investment Company, Microsoft, SoftBank Vision Fund and Abu Dhabi Global Market, announced that it was teaming up with MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab to bolster MENA's entrepreneurship ecosystem. Along the sidelines of the event, we spoke with Jida Itani, Head of Marketing and Communications at Hub71, to learn more about how the enterprise plans to position itself and Abu Dhabi as the place to be for entrepreneurs around the world.

Related: Hub71 And MITEF Pan Arab Collaborate To Boost MENA's Tech Startups

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