Hospitality-tech startup, Opaala, comes in as a solution to tackle the hospitality industry pitfalls following the COVID-19 outbreak with its innovative smart service system that is now integrated into multiple venues across the UAE with the objective to boost sales and provide contactless interactions.
Dubai Startup Hub, an initiative of Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry will organize the first-ever Dubai Technology Tour, which aims to drive UAE-India collaboration in the areas of fintech and health tech.
Although we haven’t been able to physically go to school or work for a while, that doesn’t mean we’ve stopped learning. In fact, the coronavirus lockdowns have provided a number of important lessons. We’ve adapted to remote working, remote schooling,
Hub71, Abu Dhabi’s global tech ecosystem and National Organizer of the Entrepreneurship World Cup 2020, has launched its search for the best startups from early-stage to growth phase in all sectors across the seven emirates.
Amer Owaida, Security Writer at ESET discusses that despite a big chunk of the workforce moved to work from home environment and started using their own personal laptops, but still many of them didn’t receive any new security training or tools from their employer to properly secure the devices.
Play:Date, a homegrown interactive mobile application, that helps parents build their child’s social circle, has secured an investment partnership with Modus Capital, a hybrid venture capital firm, headquartered in New York.
Amer Owaida, Security Writer at ESET explains that a password manager can make your digital life both simpler and more secure. Are there any downsides to relying on software to create and store your passwords?
Hub71 has collaborated with two leading banks, Mashreq Bank and First Abu Dhabi Bank, to help identify and solve the pain points faced by startups and launched a whitepaper titled: Rethinking Banking for Startups, which explores the challenges that startups face when opening a UAE bank account.
MetLife Foundation released a report, ‘The State of Financial Health Startups,’ conducted by Village Capital, identifies six innovations in the fintech space, that will improve the financial wellbeing and inclusion of marginalised communities in MENA region.