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In pictures: Arabian Business Startup Forum 2019

The annual Arabian Business Startup Forum took place at the Waldorf Astoria The Palm.

In pictures: Arabian Business Startup Forum 2019

Speaking at the Arabian Business Startup Forum, Ambareen Musa (2nd left) said women entrepreneurs are more focused on profitability rather than scalability. 

In pictures: Arabian Business Startup Forum 2019

Rizwan Sajan was speaking at the annual Arabian Business Start-up Forum where he gave a keynote address on the success of his company, from a small start-up in a trading office in Deira in 1993 to the huge Danube Group of today.

In pictures: Arabian Business Startup Forum 2019

Serial entrepreneur Omar Jackson, a partner at private equity firm Berkeley Assets, was giving a keynote address at the annual Arabian Business Start-up Forum at the Waldorf Astoria The Palm.


In pictures: Arabian Business Startup Forum 2019

Speaking at a panel entitled ‘Launchpad: journey from idea to market”, Sam Quawasmi (2nd left), the co-founder of equity crowdfunding platform Eureeca, said that many business struggle with the funding necessary to keep a business running from it inception through to potential mergers and acquisitions (M&A) phase or an initial public offering.

In pictures: Arabian Business Startup Forum 2019

Panel members: Rich Hadnum, Co-founder at NorthStart Disability Workforce Inclusion

Samer Choucair, Director, CE-Creates

Yousra Diab, Head of Programs, C3

Omar Al Mheiri, founder, Letswork

Sophie Smith, Co-Founder & CEO at Nabta Health

Namir Hourani, Managing Director, Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit