The establishment of a new Halal Trade and Marketing Centre in Dubai is geared to support global companies, startups, and businesses operating in the Islamic economy, the Director General of […]
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Dubai Startup Hub, the entrepreneurship arm of Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is all set to launch the third season of its networking series this September. The season begins September 12 and runs till November 28 with 12 exciting speakers lined up to share their best startup stories and insights each week on Wednesday.
Dubai-based entrepreneur Ahamed Jameel believes it's important to get out there and work not just at the big names, but also at startups. After all, working in a startup is as close as it gets to learning how to actually found and run one.
The Dubai Startup Hub - the entrepreneurial support arm of Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry - is offering 14 startups in Dubai the opportunity to participate in a board meeting simulation workshop.
Google is taking a step towards increasing employability of MENA youth. At an event held at the Youth Hub in Dubai, Google launched Maharat Min Google, a free digital skills-building program in Arabic that will provide access to free courses, tools and in-person training to help the region’s youth prepare for and find jobs, grow their skillsets, or start their own businesses.
The end of March marks the sixth annual STEP Conference in Dubai. It’s one of the biggest (and most fun) tech events in the Middle East and North Africa region, but it’s not the conference itself that has so many entrepreneurs excited.You see, there’s a hidden side to conferences- something I like to call a “shadow conference.” It’s in these shadows that bottles pop, deals get inked, and lasting relationships are forged. Shadow conferences are an increasing trend among entrepreneurs, and these side events can be more fruitful than the main attraction. By planning ahead and tapping into your networks, you can unlock a whole new world for your business.