Dubai's Denarii Cash, a mobile money transfer app for expatriates in the UAE, has recently announced strategic partnerships 11 countries.
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The year 2019 saw significant churn in the digital marketing sector, as the number of Indian internet users has risen significantly in the past two years
Lemonade Fashion, an online marketplace for made-to-order designers apparel, received pre-seed investment from Draper University Ventures in San Francisco.
SEAF Morocco Growth Fund (SMGF) welcomes ASMA Invest as a new investor to support innovation and startups across Morocco.
HT Media Ltd, is reportedly projecting plans to acquire the VCCircle.com parent entity Mosaic Media Ventures Pvt. Ltd from News Corp.
After laying off 1100 employees back in May, Swiggy is again set to lay off 350 employees as a part of its realignment exercise amid COVID-19.
Startupbootcamp, one of the world’s most active global industry-focused startup accelerators and investor, has established headquarters in DIFC.
Souqalmal dials up its COVID-19 relief efforts - Becomes the first comparison site in the country to offer free-of-charge monthly payment plan
Egypt-based healthtech startup Rology, has raised investment from Dubai Angel Investors (DAI). The amount raised was not disclosed.
ISTEELBOX launches UAE’s first smart sharing power bank network system, a convenient, user-friendly and a very affordable on-the-go mobile charging solution
Walid El Hindi, CEO of Imkan Properties, UAE has reportedly stepped down from his position to pursue his own interests - said Abu Dhabi Capital Growth
Mumbai-based InCred today raised INR 500 crore (around $6.8 million) from a number of public sector banks and financial institutions.
Dubai, UAE-based GetBEE, a tech startup that aims to empower knowledge exchange through its platform, announced a partnership with Dubai's Chalhoub Group
Dailyhunt launches Josh. After the TikTok ban, the Indian startup ecosystem is witnessing a huge plethora of Indian short video creation & sharing platforms.
Ministry of Finance, Saudi Arabia has launched a new $178 million (SAR 670 million) initiative to help businesses in the kingdom defer loan instalments.