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Join MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab and Hub71 for the demo day of the second edition of 'Hub71 MENA Growth Competition powered by MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab' The competition is designed to invite MITEF Pan Arab alumni to apply and establish their businesses from Abu Dhabi, UAE.
The finalists of the Hub71 MENA Growth Competition 2.0 powered by MITEF Pan Arab are: (the names are listed in no particular order):
During the demo day, 10 finalists will get to pitch to a panel of judges who will evaluate and assess the startups' business models, growth plans, and their ability to expand right from the heart of Abu Dhabi, UAE.
The winners of the competition will benefit from Hub71's incentive program which includes subsidized living, medical insurance, office space, and direct access to mentors, investors, and major stakeholders.
The competition has proven to be a great way for startups to grow. Last year's winners come from Tunisia, Jordan, and Egypt.
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Hub71, named after the UAE’s formation in 1971, is a tech ecosystem located in the heart of Abu Dhabi that brings together several key elements for startup success: access to capital, access to market opportunities, and a favorable business environment. Backed by Mubadala Investment Company – its growing international tech community of tech giants, venture capitalists, tech ecosystem players, and global startups can expect to benefit from an interconnected global network. Alongside strategic partners Microsoft, SoftBank Vision Fund, and Abu Dhabi Global Market; Hub71 is creating the optimal environment for transformative tech companies looking to maximize success, produce outstanding tech innovations, and scale globally. For the greater social and economic good of Abu Dhabi, Hub71 is a flagship initiative of the Dh50 billion economic accelerator program ‘Ghadan 21’, which means ‘tomorrow’ in Arabic. For more information visit www.hub71.com and follow us on @Hub71AD #Hub71.
MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) Pan Arab is part of a global network of chapters dedicated to the promotion of entrepreneurship and innovation worldwide. We inform, connect, and coach early-stage technology entrepreneurs—enabling them to rapidly transform ideas into world-changing companies. Founded in 2005 with the goal of promoting and enriching the entrepreneurship ecosystem in the Arab World, we aim to celebrate and support all potential startups and entrepreneurs in the Pan Arab Region through our programs.
Founded in 2005, the MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab is one of the 28 worldwide chapters of the MIT Enterprise Forum Global, an avid promoter of entrepreneurship and innovation worldwide. The MIT Enterprise Forum- Pan Arab has a proven record in promot...
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