My Little Dubai aims to unite entrepreneurs

New platform gives entrepreneurial community a place to voice successes, problems and frustrations
My Little Dubai aims to unite entrepreneurs
By Neil King
Wed 08 Jan 2014 08:55 AM

A new online community platform has launched to help promote, support and celebrate entrepreneurs and start-ups.

My Little Dubai, founded by Sirine Fadoul, is designed to bring together entrepreneurs and help them find solutions to their struggles and needs, as well as giving them a place to sound out ideas and shout about their successes.

Focusing on the people behind the start-ups, My Little Dubai also hopes to bring people together in social environments to help them connect and possibly create new opportunities.

Fadoul is due to host a soft launch of the platform through Restronaut, inviting people to a dinner at the Dubai Moving Image Museum in TECOM on the evening of Wednesday 22 January.

Tickets cost AED150 per person, and can be ordered on www.restronaut.me.

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