Dubai Emerging Projects, one of the initiatives of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry to support entrepreneurship, has announced a virtual tour of Dubai's innovative technology sectors for rapidly growing Indian companies, during the second week of September, as part of the efforts of the "Dubai Chamber" to define the environment Business in the emirate and its competitive advantages.

According to a statement issued yesterday, "Dubai for Emerging Projects" is organizing the technical virtual tour in cooperation with its partners in India, "Startup India" and "Mumbai VintekHub", which aims to attract 15 Indian companies with rapid growth in the areas of financial technology and health care technology to participate in The round.

The Chamber stated that the Indian companies can apply electronically in the tour with a maximum of August 5, noting that the tour aims to easily identify doing business in Dubai and the investment opportunities available to companies growing in both Dubai and India in the areas of financial and health technology, and promoting Dubai An ideal destination for Indian companies to expand into the MENA markets.

Organizing the virtual technology tour coincides with the organization of "Dubai for Emerging Projects", a cycle of the business partnerships program that brings together the leading companies with startups to work on projects to overcome the challenges faced by large companies through solutions created by emerging projects.

The new round comes to complement the promotional tour organized by Dubai Emerging Projects last summer to India, in cooperation with the Dubai Technology Entrepreneur Center, which is wholly owned by the Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority, as the tour included the cities of New Delhi and Bangalore, and formed an important platform that allowed Indian companies to communicate with Senior decision makers and interested parties in developing the business sector and startups in Dubai, and see the competitive advantages provided by the emirate.

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