Suresh Sambandam, CEO, Kissflow, talks about his journey as an entrepreneur, his SaaS Boomi initiative and offers suggestions for those aspiring to achieve big in the world of technology.
Seiko Epson Corporation and its subsidiary company Epson X Investment Corporation have invested in Japanese startup company AI Silk Corporation through a joint fund, the EP-GB Investment Limited Partnership. Sendai-based AI Silk, a startup that spun out of Tohoku
As the world celebrated International SMB Day last week, established by the United Nations, Kaspersky unveiled a comprehensive report highlighting the increasing peril faced by small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in the current cyberthreat landscape. As SMBs comprise a
42 Abu Dhabi has unveiled its Generation 42 Abu Dhabi, which is a new generation of coders including the school’s students and future alumni who will contribute to building Abu Dhabi’s future and leading its digital transformation.
Under the Skilling-Up Lebanon program, the World Bank, Forward MENA, and Simplilearn have partnered to equip young men and women in Lebanon with crucial digital skills that will prepare them for the upcoming jobs at local, regional, and global levels.
WSO2 has announced WSO2 for Startups, a bold program for empowering new app-building businesses across the world, including those in the Middle East and Africa, to accelerate their journeys to success.
Dotlas, a bootstrapped UC Berkeley-Incubated startup led by Careem veterans, is excited to announce the launch of the pilot program of the region’s first fully conversational SaaS-AI platform tailored to the retail industry.
IndusInd International Holdings Limited (IIHL), the promoter of IndusInd Bank with a large shareholder base in the UAE, took the strategic decision to expand its business horizon in India and other global geographies, in the BFSI sector.
NOMU has announced the successful closure of its first round of financing after the merger and establishment of Nomu Group.
Nothing, the London-based consumer technology brand, announces a $96M fundraising round led by Highland Europe, with participation from existing investors GV (Google Ventures), EQT Ventures and C Capital, alongside house music supergroup Swedish House Mafia.
Verod-Kepple Africa Ventures (“VKAV”) has announced its investment of US$1.5 million in Chari, a Morocco-based B2B e-commerce company, to support its growth plan.