Seventy-one startups from across Africa have been named regional winners at this year’s Global Startup Awards (GSA) Africa. Twenty three African countries are represented in the line-up of regional winners.
The Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology (MoIAT) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mashreq to initiate a partnership aimed at driving the growth of the manufacturing industry in the country.
Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development will support two UAE businesses participating in the highly anticipated “Make it in the Emirates”, a prominent industrial event that brings together
Standard Chartered and Falak Investment Hub have announced the successful completion of the “Standard Chartered Women in Tech” programme by selecting eight female-led startups through
In a major stride towards empowering the African diaspora community, Centi, and Centbee have announced at the London Blockchain Conference that they have joined forces to redefine
Yellow Card and Tether have announced the successful completion of Phase 1 of their strategic collaboration across three key African markets. The two-month collaboration focused on raising awareness, providing education and driving adoption of USD₮, Tether’s stablecoin, among students and young professionals in Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana.
Dapi, a UAE-based fintech company, part of Hub71’s global tech ecosystem, has announced a strategic partnership with Mastercard, aimed at introducing account-to-account (A2A) payments on Mastercard Payment Gateway Services (MPGS). The agreement was signed at Seamless Middle East.
Young entrepreneurs in Libya face many challenges, including accessing markets and financial resources, and navigating regulations and administrative procedures. The Deraya initiative is designed to equip entrepreneurs with the essential know-how to turn innovative ideas into
To celebrate the milestone of its successful crowd funding initiative “Tamkeen”, ahlibank held an open day event with the presence of many stakeholders and beneficiaries of the program. The event aimed to highlight the importance of supporting SMEs and their significant role in helping
MEFIC Capital has announced it will be Fund Manager for the Kingdom’s First Film Investment Fund. An agreement to establish the fund was signed last week by Saudi Cultural Development Fund, MEFIC Capital and ROAA Media Ventures, in the presence of HH Prince Badr bin