Dubai Airport Freezone To Support Startups
by Lorys Charalambous, Lowtax.net, Cyprus
04 October, 2016
The Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (DAFZA) has launched an innovation program designed to help Freezone clients expand their businesses and to remove barriers to growth.
The DAFZA's "Double Up 3M" program will look at some of the key issues facing participating enterprises, including helping them with their digital marketing strategies, competitor and market sizing analyses, cash flow and financial forecasting, and investment analysis.
The program is being overseen by Impact Hub Dubai, one of Dubai's largest communities of "entrepreneurs, creatives, and techies". It is part of a global network of over 90 similar Hubs spread across six continents providing support for more than 12,000 entrepreneurs worldwide.
Amna Lootah of the Dubai Airport Freezone Authority said: "The Double Up 3M program is a one-of-a-kind opportunity we are providing to our clients to enable them to further refine their business plan, advance their investment and partnership agenda, and create a solid pitch for partners and investors or for gaining funding to double-up and scale their business. Participants will learn how to boost their revenue exponentially ... and will get the chance to interact with other highly motivated entrepreneurs and SMEs as well as engage with Impact Hub Dubai's international network."
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