The Innovation & Intellectual Property Office (IIP Office) at Qatar University (QU) has facilitated the registration of 39 patents for a number of university employees, and is trying to transform seven of them into startup companies that serve the national economy
The steady delivery of multi-billion legacy projects being completed across the country would usher in demand for human resource in tech-based platforms and solutions, according to an industry expert.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and startups in Qatar aiming to develop their online platforms should also consider expanding overseas, an industry expert has said.
Two international tech startups under the Qatar SportsTech (QST), an initiative of Qatar Development Bank (QDB), are developing products aimed at helping people assess their level of health and wellbeing.
Five startups have won in the fourth edition of the ‘Best Innovative Ideas of Entrepreneurs 2019’ competition, which was held within the initiative to support entrepreneurs titled ‘Maan’ launched by Qatar Chamber ...
Qatar has registered a marked increase in the number of visitors to the country with a double digit growth in 2019, a top official of Qatar National Tourism Council ( QNTC) has said.
Backed by public and private sector support, Qatar’s small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) ecosystem has experienced steady growth in the past years, especially in the technology sector, according to a Qatari entrepreneur.
The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya Centre), a joint initiative of Qatar Development Bank and Silatech ...
The Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP) has allotted $50mn in the next five years to support startups in the country, QSTP executive director Yosouf Saleh said on Sunday.
As many as 14 technology startups from the Middle East and North Africa (Mena), including two from Qatar, have been able to better uncover new marketing channels, and identify untapped opportunities.
HE the Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Seif Ahmed al-Sulaiti said that total global e-commerce from companies to consumers touched $2.2tn in 2017.
Qatar startups and the manufacturing sector “are getting more support” from the government, which has laid out a number of self-sufficiency and sustainability-related projects, an official of a Qatari company said.