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.
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.