The Registration Authority of Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Emirates Development Bank (EDB) the host and operator of Mohammed Bin Rashid Innovation Fund (MBRIF).
VoucherSkout has announced a ‘first of its kind’ partnership with market-leading smartphone giant, Samsung.
As children return to school, one company is determined to get students interested in science and technology.
Dubai International Financial Centre’s FinTech Hive has opened the 2018 edition of its accelerator programme, in partnership with Accenture.
FinTech Abu Dhabi Summit 2018 will go ‘live’ in two more weeks with two full days of activities for fintech start-ups.
The Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) along with a number of top industry partners has launched the second annual Futurism Challenge.
Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) announced the closing of the 5th cohort of Dubai Future Accelerators programme, which received applications from start-ups and global companies from 74 countries around the world.
Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) announced the launch of the new commercial license for ADGM tech start-ups for entrepreneurs.
The Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development has issued a final call for applications for the fourth edition of “Ibtikari” (My Innovation).
Two entrepreneurs from Saudi Arabia and UAE are taking on mission to disrupt the traditional outdoor advertising with the help of blockchain.
Dubai Technology Entrepreneur Centre (Dtec), DSOA’s wholly owned technology startup centre has announced that it will host the Dubai edition …
Kanzeh.net, the UAE-born custom made T-Shirt e-commerce store celebrates its third birthday with an expansion of its services and the launch of the new sister store: Varsity-jackets.com.
‘The Co-working Popup’ is an integrated business incubator, offering business development programmes, a membership-based business space for entrepreneurs who want to establish their own creative enterprises, and a close space for start-ups to incubate their businesses.
The technology start-ups incubated by the Badir Program, one of the King Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology initiatives, has successfully raised around $3.110 million in the second quarter of 2018.