Through its establishment of the Zain Innovation Campus, this corporate is showing other Middle East companies how to effectively support the region's entrepreneurial ecosystem
H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has long been a vocal advocate of youth inclusion in the affairs of government, society, and the economy of Dubai and the UAE.
Generational change is a media and marketing phenomenon- newspapers have separate sections geared to retired baby boomers, magazine covers show off new leaders from Generation X, and now, millennials.
Qatar Business Incubation Center CEO Aysha Al Mudahka wants to steer Qatar's entrepreneurs toward a more prosperous future.
The CEO of Qatar Financial Centre Authority discusses on bringing the 'best in breed' businesses to Qatar.
Bringing together designers, developers and entrepreneurs, GlassQube Startup Weekend FinTech Abu Dhabi was held in November in the UAE capital by TechStars, with the support of Google for Entrepreneurs.
The 2016 edition of Entrepreneur Middle East's Enterprise Agility Forum, presented by du, discussed a variety of topics relating to the entrepreneurial ecosystem, with the main themes being on how corporates can support startups better, how SMEs can grow into new markets, and how burn rates need to be managed after an influx of funds.
Qatar Business Incubation Center (QBIC) announced the winners to the seventh wave of LeanStartup Program in a Demo Day Festival, which saw a total of 15 startups pitch their ideas to a panel of judges, investors and key partners at the event.
With technological change occurring exponentially, the revolution puts innovation at the heart of national competitive advantage. GCC countries will need a new wave of capable SMEs to stay relevant to this new ecosystem.
Through its numerous affiliate organizations, Qatar Foundation is making a significant impact in the technology and research development sector in Qatar.
In today's complexity and ways to adapt to its constant change, we need to appreciate the uneven success of products that are closely related to the uneven success of enterprises.
ArabNet expects to welcome over 1500 attendees for the 2016 edition, which focuses on the digital economy of the Kingdom and its Vision 2030 plan.
In order to create 10-15 product global brands over the next 10 years, we need to invest in hundreds of companies now.