Mohammed Arif, Regional Director, Modern Workplace & Security, Microsoft Gulf highlights some of the things small businesses may want to consider to provide a competitive edge in a market rapidly embracing digital technology.
The Museum of the Future has launched a new six-week accelerator programme designed to attract technology companies that can provide new solutions for futuristic visitor experiences.
Digital startups across the Middle East and North Africa attracted $650 million of funding in 2017, of which 76 percent went to UAE-based startups.
Blockchain adoption continues to grow across industries world-wide with total spending on blockchain solutions set to grow to $9.7 billion in 2021, according to IDC.
Etisalat Digital has shortlisted startups to foster digital innovation and entrepreneurship and to bring new solutions to the market as part of ‘Dubai Future Accelerators Programme.’
Startup funding worth more than $1 billion is likely to be raised in the UAE this year, according to a report by WAM, which will further boost the growing start-up sector.
Bahrain has officially launched its new fintech hub as it aims to become the Gulf region’s centre for financial technology.
Dubai is opening new opportunities for start-ups and entrepreneurs to become part of Dubai Government’s Strategy to elevate the city into a global platform for innovation-focused businesses.
The UAE has ranked third in an analysis of Islamic Fintech start-ups, according to a survey issued today by Bloomberg Intelligence.
King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, represented by Badir Program for Technology Incubators, has recently announced a new partnership STC to offer ICT solutions to start-ups incubated by Badir.