Dubai Startup Hub roadshows in Delhi & Bengaluru

Dubai Startup Hub’s recent roadshow in Delhi and Bengaluru saw enthusiastic participation from many Indian startups. 

The three-day roadshow was organised in collaboration with the Dubai Technology Entrepreneur Campus (Dtec), a wholly-owned tech startup hub owned by Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority.

       Delegates and participants at the Dubai Startup Hub’s roadshow. Photo courtesy:
Delegates and participants at the Dubai Startup Hub’s roadshow. Photo courtesy:

The event provided an ideal platform for Indian startups to learn about Dubai’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and the vast opportunities, programmes and resources it has to offer.

A total of 10 shortlisted startups in both cities were given an opportunity to pitch their businesses to a panel of expert judges. Once selected, the winning startups will receive business setup support from Dtec, the Middle East’s largest startup campus, and a platform to expand their operations into Dubai.

“This unique roadshow exceeded our expectations and achieved its objective of attracting high-potential Indian startups to Dubai that can offer their valuable expertise and cutting edge solutions,” said Omar Khan, Director of International Offices at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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