Abu Dhabi’s Hub71 enters into partnership with Saudi-based MiSK Foundation

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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Hub71, Abu Dhabi’s global tech ecosystem, has entered into a partnership with Saudi Arabia-based non-profit organization, Mohammed Bin Salman Foundation (MiSK Foundation) in order to ease international market access for startups and technology companies in the emirate and the kingdom.

The partnership will benefit founders seeking a soft landing into the Saudi Arabia or Abu Dhabi technology ecosystem, with access to value creation programs, incentives, investors, as well as corporate and government partners.

According to the statement, through the new cross-border partnership, startups in both Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi will gain office space and referrals.

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Ahmad Ali Alwan
Deputy CEO
Hub71

“The partnership with MiSK Foundation supports our efforts to drive the growth of our tech companies and provide value for founders in the region, building on the UAE’s deep relationship with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi both present attractive opportunities for ambitious founders seeking a launchpad into global markets. We are confident that the companies will capitalize on this partnership, making it easier to set up and grow in both economies.”

Through Hub71 and MiSK’s extensive partner networks, high-growth tech companies will gain easier access to Abu Dhabi’s global tech ecosystem or Saudi Arabia’s thriving market with dedicated relocation service support covering, visas, licensing, and introductions to investors and partners for fundraising opportunities to support business development and ease the startup journey.

“Talent development is also a key aspect of the partnership, providing founders with the ability to take advantage of talent sourcing programs, workshops, masterclasses, and training provided at MiSK Foundation in Riyadh, and the opportunity to collaborate with Hub71 and MiSK’s university partners,” as per the statement.

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