StartUp Awards 2015 shortlist announced

The awards take place on Monday, 23 November, with 14 trophies up for grabs

Arabian Business StartUp magazine is delighted to announce the shortlisted candidates for each of the 14 categories of the Arabian Business StartUp Awards 2015.

Due to take place at the Ritz Carlton DIFC hotel on Monday, 23 November, the third Arabian Business StartUp Awards ceremony will gather all important stakeholders of the region's start-up ecosystem – entrepreneurs, SME leaders, mentors, investors, government representatives, and many more.

The shortlisted nominees represent the people and businesses that have had a great 2015, and helped enhance the region's reputation as an important start-up and SME hub around the world.   

An editorial panel has shortlisted the following five nominees in each category, with each of the 14 winners announced on the night.

The StartUp Awards are held in partnership with Dubai Chamber, Dubai Silicon Oasis, RAK Free Trade Zone, Canadian University in Dubai, Telr, and Skyline University.

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The shortlisted nominees are:

Start-up of the Year

The Happy Box

Pixelbug / Colourbug



SME of the Year


Search In MENA

Bounce Middle East

Silver Spoon Investments


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