Start Up Academy to launch on Feb 10

First ever Arabian Business Start Up Academy to focus on law

Arabian Business is launching a series of workshops for entrepreneurs. (ITP Images - for illustrative purposes only)

Arabian Business is launching a series of workshops for entrepreneurs. (ITP Images - for illustrative purposes only)

The first ever Arabian Business Start Up Academy is to launch on Sunday at Jumeirah Beach Hotel, the magazine confirmed.

The two-and-a-half hour session will concentrate on legal issues facing new entrepreneurs, including all the laws and regulations that SMEs need to be familiar with.

The event is the first is a series of special academies dedicated to helping new entrepreneurs and SMEs in the UAE.

“Nothing is more important than knowing all the key laws and regulations when you are setting up a business, and our team of experts will be giving out all the key information,” Start Up Editor Neil King said.

The event will begin at 9am, with registrations from 8.30am. Entry is free for new entrepreneurs and SMEs. For more information contact michael.mcgill@itp.com

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