Other than developing their innovative products and hustling in the startup world to get the attention they deserve, the entrepreneurs of the 21st century have many other things to worry about. Startups, since they are almost always surrounded by other startups, usually forget about the ‘traditional’ corporate world.
Where can I find examples and inspiration for a successful startup?
Learn how the best in the business went about building their enterprises–be it with the local upstarts in the UAE, or the international entrepreneurs that are role models for us all, here are the stories that will serve you the right boost of inspiration to take your startup to the next level.
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Dubai Startup Hub’s Market Access is a custom-built program for corporations that seek further development and innovation. The Market Access program aims to be the bridge between well-established corporations and promising startups. This is done by identifying the needs of the corporation and then finding a suitable startup in the UAE or the global market that can potentially collaborate with the corporation.
Founded in 2013, UAE-based digital marketing company Digital Falcon Inc., faced the same issues that almost all startups face – a lack of brand awareness, no customer-base, lack of credibility in the market and financing challenges. But fast forward to today and the company has doubled in size over the past year, and seen its annual revenue skyrocket by six figures.
E25, Emaar’s in-house disruption lab that serves as a platform for aspiring entrepreneurs aged 25 and under to build new startups or work on innovative projects within Emaar, recently launched […]
Launched in July 2016 by CEO Mohamed Amine Belarbi and CTO Mohamed Zakariae El Khdime, the co-founders saw a gap in the market and leveraged their access to stellar talent in security and ethical hacking community groups. “Ethical hackers are a very rare resource, and they tend to have a tendency to dislike bureaucracy, corporate structures, and authority,” says Belarbi. With VUL9, the co-founders cultivated an environment for hackers to “feel free to pursue their passion in a legal and ethical way, and at the same time, not feel as if they were forced to work for a paycheck.”
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