UAE - Hub71 announces 7 new startups
Saturday, 08 03 2019, Category: Economy, Country: U.A.E
Hub71, a global ecosystem for tech firms and startups, has announced that seven new startups will bring a significant part of their operations and presence to the Abu Dhabi based tech hub.
The seven startups are specialised in fintech, health tech, travel tech, AI, blockchain and social impact. Spanning across many industries, the startups include two Emirati founders who have decided to build their own businesses, Basil Al Askari of MidChains and Faisal Al Hammadi of Yacob, said a statement.
The international cohort also include Arab, Asian and American founders; some of which have come from Jordan and the US, to be part of the wider Abu Dhabi ecosystem.
The startups that will be joining Hub71 are:
• Yacob: a digital health nutrition management platform that helps children and parents, schools and food vendors; improve their nutrition, health engagement and meal production.
• SafarPass: a travel tech SaaS platform with an all-in-one solution to manage business trips and expenses on-the-go.
• ProTenders: a leading B2B platform for the construction industry to connect, find new deals and manage bidding activities.
• MidChains: a fintech company and a regulated digital asset trading platform uniquely positioned to service institutional and professional investors.
• Humanitas: a US-based company that uses Artificial Intelligence to drive social enterprise and philanthropy using a mobile app, Dandi, which enables organisations and youths to engage and collaborate on community issues.
• Ammbrtech: a US-based blockchain and telecoms infrastructure company that designs and develops decentralised hardware and software products.
• Arabot: an Arabic and English language Artificial Intelligence chatbot platform that understands and analyses conversation and dialogue, for business applications.
Source: Trade Arabia