I tell all our startups the most important is to believe in your idea, believe in what you want to achieve, and believe that it would be something big in the future
Dubai Startup Hub is a semi-government initiative rooted in Dubai Chamber; our main purpose is to provide clarity and direction in the journey of a startup entrepreneur. To listen, to reflect and guide them along the way. We collaborate with the most experienced & trusted partners to exchange essential and up-to-date information that answers all essential entrepreneurial questions.
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Many promising startups come strong with beautiful products, yet fail to grab customer attention and sustain it. Creating engagement and staying open to new avenues for your product development are the essentials for building a suitable venture
Entrepreneurship for me is about doing things, spending the flying time on creating value and not sitting on ideas
Being passionate and curious is critical along entrepreneur’s journey
To me, a creative idea and a motivated dynamic team is what a startup needs, and a spirit that will never be afraid to fail, instead valuing failure as an opportunity to learn and evolve to be better and successful.
Having the courage to take the leap into the unknown and set up your own business is a gamble, but one that can bring great rewards. Do your homework, find your niche and position yourself in a way that your customers will see the value.
It is said that one may fail repeatedly, but it is the one success that matters. There is no idea or dream that cannot be achieved as we are now living in the future and the only limitation is ourselves
The new edition of Dubai Startup Hub's Startup Panorama has been designed to enable one to chart the journey of startup funding from pre-seed to seed capital, incubators and accelerators, angel investors, venture capital, crowdfunding, all the way to IPO.
Startups in the UAE need a practical guide to help them navigate the UAE’s funding landscape along with access to a wider network of investors who are eager to finance new business ventures, a new whitepaper published by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has said.
Twenty startups from the UAE and Africa have collaborated to develop a framework for the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (DCCI) Global Business Forum Mentorship programme during the first-ever Chamberthon in Kigali, Rwanda.