Chinese investors make record-level investments into US startups in 2018.
The launch of ‘SmartScale powered by Seedstars’, a support program for startups.
Abu Dhabi will commit up to $272 million to support technology startups.
The government plans to focus on developing tech startups in the small and medium enterprise, education and digital skills sectors before expanding to tourism, agriculture, and health.
New Trump policies have all but halted Chinese investment in US technology startups.
As startups are starting to gain so much attention from the community and many young people are starting to take part in different entrepreneurial endeavours, it is understandable that the market has gone much more competitive in the recent years.
Impact Hub Phnom Penh and Grab sign an MoU to kickstart a growing collaboration to promote social innovation and startups.
African startups are gaining momentum in some of the world’s promising economies.
E-commerce continues its rapid expansion in the kingdom, with major global companies like Uber entering the market.
The project will break ground at the end of March and will be finished within 18 months.