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Dubai Municipality has launched the geospatial business and innovation incubator, ‘GeoHub’ within the framework of cooperation by its Geographical Information System (GIS) Centre with the Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment for Small and Medium Enterprises Development (Dubai SME) and the Hamdan Innovation Incubator.
The incubator is one of the first in the region based on two ecosystems, the first being created, which includes the entrepreneurship ecosystem, and the second being innovation, which provides for the academic development ecosystem.
The launch reflects the Municipality’s commitment to providing the best services that meet international standards in various fields and Dubai Government’s directives on complete innovative transformation.
In the future, specialists and consultants will offer members and entrepreneurs associated with the incubator the necessary support to implement their projects.
The Centre will conduct workshops to attract investments in creative geospatial initiatives and projects.
The incubator aims to develop the latest working models, which establishes directives to solidify the Municipality’s leading position in nurturing best creative practices, supporting startups, offering leading companies investment opportunities in municipal work, and attracting new geospatial innovation, research and development in Dubai. BKM/ Expat Media
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