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The Entrepreneur's Guide To Setting Up An Edtech Business In Dubai This guide by the Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy aims to walk you through the essential steps needed to establish your startup in the edtech sector.

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Dubai is a dynamic playground for edtech entrepreneurs, offering a wealth of opportunities to work with educational institutions and the government to elevate learning experiences.

With that in mind, this guide by the Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy aims to walk you through the essential steps needed to establish your startup in this sector, while also revealing the key freezones, rules, and regulations in this industry.

Entrepreneurs in this space must learn about local regulations regarding the use of information and communication technology in education fields, intellectual property protection, data protection and privacy, and content approval for distribution.

Find out more about why Dubai is a great choice for entrepreneurs in this field by checking out the full publication, Building Your Business In A Dynamic City: The Entrepreneur's Guide 2023 To Business Setup In Dubai, by clicking on this link.

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