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  • Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Prime Minister and Vice President of the UAE, merged ministries and departments in a Cabinet reshuffle on Sunday in a drive to create a more agile government. Sheikh Mohamm ...
  •  Investments in Middle East and North African startups jumped 35% during the first half of the year with companies in the United Arab Emirates raising the bulk of the funding, according to a report by ...
  • At the end of 2018, Chinese tech startup ByteDance completed a $3B investment round led by SoftBank at a valuation of about $75B — catapulting it to be the most valuable startup in the world. In 2020, ...
  • India’s top startups that count Chinese investors among their largest backers are likely to find more hiccups in raising capital amid anti-China sentiment in the country. The military standoff in Lada ...
  • Now, more than ever, the world needs entrepreneurs to build the future. As a result, the Founder Institute, the world’s largest pre-seed startup accelerator, is excited to announce that it is official ...
  • Opaala reduces the traditional ‘8-step service model’, eliminating service wait times, reducing staff costs and increasing revenue through a contactless, mobile-powered solution. With Opaala, customer ...
  • Cambridge Crops develops an edible, imperceptible coating that might replace plastic packaging to preserve meats and produce. Benedetto Marelli, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineer ...
  • RIZEK, an online marketplace where freelance service professionals across a range of industries can be connected directly to end consumers, has raised USD3.5M in Seed funding, with participation from  ...
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  • Amid surging demand for grocery delivery, Instacart has raised $225 million, led by DST Global and General Catalyst. The round increases its valuation to nearly $14 billion, from $8 billion when it la ...
  • Preparing for switch to 15% requires a lot of preparations ahead of July deadline
  • Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has invested in four FinTech start-up companies. The investment reflects the DIFC’s commitment to driving the future of finance and is part of the $100 mill ...

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