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Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market

The Arabian Business Startup Academy took place at Lets Work, a co-working space at the Rove Downtown Hotel in Downtown Dubai

Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
Our keynote speaker Sahiqa Bennett, an entrepreneur and founding CEO of Searchie, a talent-based platform which uses modern technological advances to help screen and shortlist candidates based on an employer's brief. As well as talking about her start-up journey, Bennett also spoke about her work as a Senior Advisor with Lead Ventures & The Office of His Highness Sheikh Sultan, where she advises on innovation and technology.
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
The second panel focused on how start-ups can expand outside their comfort zone and be successful beyond their home market. Taking part in the discussion was Athbi Al-Enezi, one of the co-founders of JustClean (R), a Kuwaiti laundry app which has expanded into the UAE and is now eying markets across the GCC and beyond.
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
The second panel focused on how start-ups can expand outside their comfort zone and be successful beyond their home market. Taking part in the discussion was Bani Haddad, founder and managing director of Dubai-based Aleph Hospitality, who spoke about his company's expansion into Africa
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
The second panel focused on how start-ups can expand outside their comfort zone and be successful beyond their home market. Taking part in the discussion was Mark Kennedy, co-founder of Kennedy Towers, a Dubai-based short-term property rental company, who spoke about his expansion into Spain and the UK.
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
The second panel focused on how start-ups can expand outside their comfort zone and be successful beyond their home market. Taking part in the discussion was Rami Darwish, CEO of Arrow Labs, a Dubai-based tech start-up which has expanded in the US and Asia.
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
The second panel focused on how start-ups can expand outside their comfort zone and be successful beyond their home market. Taking part in the discussion was Vincenzo Minore, Group CEO of The Grooming Company Holding, who spoke about how his 1847 brand won the best “Luxury Male Spa” in the global category at the World Luxury Spa Awards 2019 in Russia in July and how he plans to capitalise on this global recognition
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
Vip Patel, owner Dubailad.com, spoke about how his website is nearing 1 million subscribers with its unique and interesting content.
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
Tom Otton from CreOur third panel focused on how start-ups can launch themselves into the market, get their message across and built a profile – all while on a tight budget. Taking part in the discussion and offering practical tips and advice were content expert Tom Otton from Create Media (above), PR guru Elsa Roodt from Q Comms and Neal Patel, managing director at social media firm Bruce Clay MENA.
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
Our third panel focused on how start-ups can launch themselves into the market, get their message across and built a profile – all while on a tight budget. Taking part in the discussion and offering practical tips and advice were content expert Tom Otton from Create Media, PR guru Elsa Roodt (above) from Q Communications and Neal Patel, managing director at social media firm Bruce Clay MENA.
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
Our third panel focused on how start-ups can launch themselves into the market, get their message across and built a profile – all while on a tight budget. Taking part in the discussion and offering practical tips and advice were content expert Tom Otton from Create Media, PR guru Elsa Roodt from Q Comms and Neal Patel (above), managing director at social media firm Bruce Clay MENA.
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
The workshop event is dedicated to the world of entrepreneurs, SMEs and start-ups.
Gallery: Arabian Business Startup Academy - Expanding overseas and getting your message heard in a busy market
The Arabian Business Startup Academy, which took place on September 30 at Lets Work, a co-working space at the Rove Downtown Hotel in Downtown Dubai.