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The Entrepreneurship Summit In Abu Dhabi Will Highlight The Journey Of UAE Startups From Idea To Exit
Startup Grind Abu Dhabi and Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) are partnering up to host The Entrepreneurship Summit.
"The private sector and established corporates have benefited from government investment and economic growth, but the next wave of development will rely on the success of business creators, startups, and innovators."
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.
"The aims that will guide Ma'an include seeing more social programs established, an increase in volunteers, more funding raised through strategic partnerships to support people in our society, and more job opportunities in the social sector."
Krypto Labs' Drone X Challenge 2020 Awards US$320,000 In R&D Grants For The First Phase Of The Initiative
An initiative of Abu Dhabi-based innovation hub Krypto Labs, Drone X Challenge 2020 had tasked applicants for Phase 1 to develop a technical proposal detailing the design of a drone system capable of carrying heavy payloads for long durations.
Mubadala Partners With Microsoft, SoftBank Vision Fund, and ADGM To Launch Hub71 With An AED535 Million Tech Startup Fund
The founding partners of Hub71 have committed AED535 million fund to invest in tech startups.
We could be looking at a new Silk Road, where the MENA once again finds itself situated in the middle, geographically and strategically.
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Eligible enterprises can receive a full operational license at an annual cost of US$700 (approximately AED 2,570).
The event will provide insights on trends and investment opportunities in the franchising sector by way of a series of educational workshops for visitors.