Qatar Business Incubation Centre (QBIC) recently selected the latest start-ups for investments at the first virtual “Demo Day”, a new event format with a live-stream.
It was the thirteenth round with graduates from the Lean Startup Programme (LSP).
A selection of the most promising start-ups and scale-ups pitched their ideas to the incubation committee and the audience on YouTube. Potential investors were able to ask their questions and learn more about businesses and projects in a live chat.
They will continue to receive support, advice and mentorship from QBIC.
The start-ups and scale-ups represented at the Demo Day were Find a Nurse, E-Qatar, Fasrly, ASAAP, iFor Build, Debito, Printle, Material Bids, and C-Wallet.
The relevant stakeholders are committed to promote and support entrepreneurs contribution to a knowledge-based economy and to create a sustainable environment for entrepreneurs
Please click on the link and reach out to us to learn more about the “Demo Day” as well as the other initiatives of the most relevant stakeholders in the State of Qatar and Business Start Up Qatar.
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