The deadline for nominations for the 2019 Arabian Business Startup Awards will close at midnight on Wednesday, October 9.
The awards ceremony will take place on Sunday, November 24th at the Waldorf Astoria hotel, Dubai Palm Jumeirah.
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Any Arabian Business readers working at a start-up or involved in the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the region are free to nominate for the awards and encouraged to do so ahead of the impending deadline.
Click here to register, get more information and start the nomination process.
The categories available for nominations include:
- Entrepreneur of the Year
- Funding Initiative of the Year
- Incubator/Accelerator of the Year
- Intrapreneur of the Year
- Investor of the Year
- Mentor of the Year
- New Media Start Up of the Year
- People’s Choice Award: Entrepreneur of the Year
- SME Leader of the Year
- SME of the Year
- Social Enterprise of the Year
- Start-Up Programme of the Year
- Start-Up of the Year
- Young Entrepreneur of the Year
To view last year’s winners click here.
The Arabian Business StartUp Awards were introduced in 2013 to celebrate the entrepreneurs that have made an impact on the business landscape of the Middle East.
From the Young Entrepreneur of the Year through to the Start-Up Company of the Year, the awards seek to give the innovators who are building new businesses in the region a platform to have their achievements recognised and rewarded in front of their peers at a lavish gala dinner and awards ceremony.
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