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"It's Our Responsibility To Do The Right Thing" - Nabil Habayeb, CEO, GE - MENAT, On Working From Home
Nabil Habayeb, President and CEO of GE Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey, talks about his commitment towards the business community and society during these difficult times.
You're just a click away from any support you might need to carry out your business in Dubai.
Learn what the 24-hour sterilization drive being implemented across Dubai means for you and your job.
Joydeep Sengupta, Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, talks about his commitment towards the business community and society during these difficult times.
Dubai Chamber has already implemented its own remote work plan, in coordination with relevant authorities
Dubai Startup Hub has launched the fifth cycle of its Dubai Smartpreneur Competition that seeks submissions from startups offering solutions related to the Expo 2020 Dubai.
New Delhi-Based ShipsKart and Bangalore-based Loktra Declared Winners Of The Dubai Startup Hub Roadshow In India
Two innovative startups from India have won free office space and company set-up support in Dubai at a pitch competition during the first ever Dubai Startup Hub Roadshow hosted in India at Delhi and Bangalore.
The finalists of the Dubai Smartpreneur Competition 4.0 were selected out of more than 250 smart business ideas submitted this year.
Dubai Chamber's Chamberthon In Rwanda Pairs Entrepreneurs From The UAE And Africa To Build A Cross-Border Mentorship Program
The 20 entrepreneurs selected for this exercise had to work together in teams to come up with proposals for a three-month-long cross-border mentorship program for startups that Dubai Chamber wants to initiate between the UAE and the African continent.
Startups from the UAE and Africa are set to participate in the first-ever Chamberthon during the Africa Tech Summit in Kigali, Rwanda, from February 13-15, 2019.
Small business owners in the UAE sound off on their experience working with the country's financial institutions.
Under the guidance of entrepreneur, investor and lecturer Ahmed Abdulwahab, the participants received real-world feedback on their ideas and valuable advice on how to upgrade, scale or fine tune their innovations to appeal to investors.
After receiving more than 300 submissions for the 2018 edition of Dubai Smartpreneur Competition, Dubai Startup Hub brought together the 50 top shortlisted startups for a pitching session at Dubai Chamber headquarters to select ten who'd then move to the final round.
Open to all entrepreneurs based in the UAE, this year, the competition's categories are on startups who have concepts in the field of blockchain, artificial intelligence and digital transportation.