MBRIF startups use innovative technology solutions to support communities during COVID-19 outbreak
Three technology-based startup companies, Kinteract, Justice Chain, and Addenda, have turned their innovative solutions to support communities and businesses in minimizing the impact of COVID-19 outbreak. The three companies are members of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Innovation Fund (MBRIF), an initiative launched by the Ministry of Finance to promote and foster innovation in the UAE.
Constructive Trading announced as newest member to benefit from the MBRIF Guarantee Scheme
The MBRIF has announced Constructive Trading as the newest member of its Guarantee Scheme program. As a member of the Guarantee Scheme, Constructive Trading joins other innovative companies and SMEs who receive assistance from the MBRIF in accessing affordable debt funding to accelerate the growth of their business.
In this month’s newsletter, we share details of our new Winter Cohort membership for the Innovation Accelerator Program, we bring you an update from MBRIF’s attendance at Gitex Future Stars 2020 and our latest series of webinars;
MBRIF was delighted to participate in Gitex Future Stars 2020, held in Dubai from 6-9th December. We met over 40 startups over the 4 day event and held various discussion panels, webinars and mentorship clinics to raise awareness of our programs, members and to share our expertise.
MBRIF announces 18 New Cohort members for the Accelerator Program
The Winter Cohort 2020 members were selected from 232 applications from 48 countries and comprises startups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that are breaking new ground in critical sectors identified by the UAE’s National Innovation Strategy, including: Education, Health, Renewable and Clean Energy, Space, Technology, Transportation, and Water.
In this month’s newsletter, we bring you exciting member highlights and updates from some of our current members and alumni. We also review our latest community event and we are sharing some interesting ecosystem updates; Forbes List of top 10 most funded startups in the Middle East, the Egypt-based fintech startup, Flick, for cross border