Over the year, Online Advertising & Marketing has gained a lot of magnitude among both small and large business organizations around the world. Promotion of businesses over the online space has proven its value in terms of shaping the profits for them, to a great extent. This approach of drawing more customers to patronize services and products comprise of a lot of particulars not everyone is well aware of. Defined in simpler terms, however, SEO or Search Engine Optimization is a market discipline that is focused on faster growing visibility in non-paid search engine results. It serves as an important tool used in online marketing to facilitate the websites of these businesses, increase their customer base and improve ranking in search engine generations, with aim of giving perfect online visibility to businesses through their websites.
Under the theme ‘Reimagining Realities’, Gitex Technology Week 2016, from October 16 to 20 will highlight how technology can transform businesses through cutting-edge showcases, international keynotes and dignitaries from around the globe in attendance.
Robotics and drones will demonstrate how the supply chain is evolving at the upcoming Gitex Technology Week, the largest technology exchange and marketplace for Middle East & Africa, in Dubai, UAE.
Innovation and evolution are key topics at this year’s events. The financial landscape is changing, online business grows and flourishes, design, hospitality and interior communities meet and exchange ideas.
Here is a short list of key business events taking place in May in Dubai.
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Silicon Valley-based venture firm 500 Startups announced their $30 million fund for MENA startups called 500 Falcons, due to the cultural significance of falcons in the Arab World. They are planning to invest between $50,000 and $100,000 in 100-200 companies.
The fund will focus on startups in the areas of e-commerce and marketplaces, video and Arabic content, software, mobile, financial technologies and hardware. Moreover, additional investments of up to $500,000 for the top of 20-30 companies with extra capital from the main fund provided for specific deals.
According to Dave McClure, the Silicon Valley-based founding partner of 500 Startups, the venture capital firm plans to make investments in nascent companies in a region that is poorly understood by other tech investors.
A 500 Startups Partner, Hasan Haider, will lead the fund. In the near future, Haider said the fund will include venture partners in other MENA geographies.
In 2012, the fund made its first investment in the Middle East — in a startup called Jeeran, the popular user review platform.