No match for popular conglomerates-backed giant hypermarkets and without the infrastructure of the now much-favored e-grocery sector, a little corner shop in one of Dubai's oldest low-cost residential districts has found its own way to digital transformation to stay afloat amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Learning and training
A workshop by Dubai Startup Hub and global internet domain registrar and web hosting company GoDaddy equipped entrepreneurs with timely insights into tools to help continue growing their ventures in the face of exceptional challenges businesses face amid the global novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
To accelerate the potential applications of robotics to also carry out urgent pandemic-related tasks, Dubai-based do-it-yourself (DIY) robot kits startup Junkbot has launched a 'Fight Corona Robotic Championship'.
Validating your minimum viable product (MVP) with customers is vital to success, Dubai Smartpreneur Competition alumni have stressed to this year’s cohort of aspiring entrepreneurs. The annual competition, organised under […]
The Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) has released its latest report titled ‘Life After COVID-19: Retail’ detailing how online retailers and e-commerce platforms are experiencing dramatic growth as consumers avoid shopping […]
From how to manage short-term liabilities, implement cost-cutting measures, reduce risks and rethink operating models, to dealing with cash flow disruptions, the pressures of reduced demand, and preparing well for the post-coronavirus phase - read on for some proactive responses to timeless business challenges.
Digital technologies play a major role in accelerating the global response to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the UAE Minister of Economy has said. His Excellency Sultan […]