Leading companies in the UAE have announced new partnerships with several startups that were selected as part of the third cycle of Dubai Startup Hub’s Market Access program.
During a ceremony held recently at Dubai Chamber’s premises, Emirates Post Group announced its intention to work with Safe Driving Network on a pilot project testing the startup’s Drivers Network solution which is designed to enhance the safety of drivers.
Aswaaq unveiled its plans to work with three different startups – namely Store DNA, Algorithm Research and Mapidea – on several projects that involve using innovative solutions and data to enhance efficiency and the customer experience.
Axiom announced its plans to collaborate with Wexoz (Fleetroot) and Intuito utilize smart automated fleet management solutions. In addition, Sumitomo Corporation has signed an initial agreement to explore collaboration opportunities with Friendycar with the aim of enhancing car sharing solutions and services.
Launched in 2017, Market Access is a first-of-its-kind program which aims to enhance cooperation and facilitate deals between innovative startups and SMEs from around the world, and leading companies and government entities in Dubai.
Dubai Chamber launched Dubai Startup Hub in 2016 as an online platform to connect startups, entrepreneurs, developers, venture capitalists and students, enabling them to learn about new opportunities and create new partnerships that stimulate economic growth