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Top Pitches: Winners of Emirati Development Program To Receive One-On-One Mentorship To Develop And Grow Their Ventures

Five ambitious UAE nationals have won one-on-one mentorship support to grow their business ventures.

Dubai Startup Hub's Emirati Development Program: 'My Startup Went From Idea Stage To A Platform With Customers In Less Than Two Months'

Dubai Startup Hub's Emirati Development Program is designed to identify, develop and mentor promising UAE national talent interested in pursuing entrepreneurship or private sector opportunities as a career path.

Competitive Advantage: Abdulwahed Juma, Executive Vice President of Brand and Corporate Communications, du

UAE telco du's differentiating wins aren't based on typical telco metrics.

UAE's Khalifa Fund Partners With Majid Al Futtaim To Support Local Entrepreneurs

The Khalifa Fund hopes that the tie-up will provide best facilities for local enterprises, and help develop Emiratis' skills and capabilities.

UAE Telco Du Launches Emirati Startup Challenge To Nurture Local Talent

UAE telco du, in partnership with Zayed University is extending aspiring Emirati entrepreneurs an opportunity to showcase their creative ideas, launching its Emirati startup challenge.

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