QBIC was founded in 2014 and has been investing heavily in start-ups and innovative ideas to diversify the energy-rich economy and to initiate the transformation into a knowledge-based society and a sustainable country.
In a short period of time, QBIC has had a lot of achievements with recognitions and a reputation in the State of Qatar and beyond. It has attracted more than 5,200 applications from around the world so far.
The success stories of QBIC have already started to generate some income and to contribute to the country`s gross domestic product. QBIC has invested about USD 1.29 m or QAR 4.7 m in start-ups which have generated about USD 16.5 m or QAR 60 m in terms of income.
QBIC’s Lean Startup Program is considered to be the most successful initiative of its kind in the Middle East & North Africa. It has empowered more than 500 entrepreneurs and innovators with business tools, hands-on experience and expert know-how to bring the business ideas to life.
Please click on the link and reach out to learn more about QBIC as well as other initiatives of the most relevant stakeholders in the State of Qatar and Business Start Up Qatar.
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