IE Business School’s Venture Day Dubai

IE Venture Day Dubai, a start-up competition of the Madrid-based, business school, took place on 4 March at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Dubai. Three start-ups – Cash Basha, AUMET, MENA Network, and Wrappup – successfully pitched their business ideas to local and international investors.
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Rami Salman, Founder & CEO of Wrappup, recieves second place as well as the Dubai Technology Entrepreneurship Centre (DTEC) award.
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Fouad Jeryes, co-founder of CashaBasha, presents during the startup pitch competition. CashaBasha recieved the third prize.
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Paris de lEtraz, Manging Director of IE Business School's Venture Lab welcomes attendees to the Venture Day event.
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The OTTAA Project team, Carlos Guillermo Costa, Hector Andres Costa, and Cristian Gabriel Gutierrez.
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Networking opportunities at IE Venture Day in Dubai.
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Networking during IE Venture Day Dubai.
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Networking at IE Venture Day Dubai.
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Lamia Dalle, Gavin Breslin, and Marie Gedeon of the IE Dubia Office.
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Gonzalo Garland, professor of Economics and vice-president of External Relations at IE Business School presents during the event.
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Fadi Ghandour, Wamda Capital Executive Chairman and Founder of Aramex during a Fireside Chat about entrepreneurs in the MENA region.
Wed 13 Apr 2016 03:17 PM GST
By Tamara Pupic