Dubai Science Park Business Breakfast Embraces Entrepreneurship

Wednesday 28 February 2018
Dubai - MENA Herald:

Dubai Science Park (DSP), a holistic science-focused community and in5, an enabling platform for entrepreneurs and start-ups, hosted a Business Breakfast this week to highlight the importance of embracing entrepreneurship during Innovation Month. Speakers from strategically important sectors, including technology and renewable energy, highlighted how start-ups are integral to sustainable economic growth and the wider achievement of Dubai’s strategic development and its Vision 2021, fostering innovation and leading to better economic growth.  

Hosted at the DSP Laboratory Complex, the breakfast event welcomed speakers from in5, including the Head of Partnerships and Programmes Rekha Setpal, with presentations on ‘Support for Entrepreneurs in the TECOM Environment’, along with case studies by start-up companies at in5, 3eApps and HeyDoc! who outlined their success stories.

Marwan Abdulaziz Janahi, Executive Director of Dubai Science Park and Chairing Member of the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Equipment taskforce of the Dubai Industrial Strategy 2030, said: “Part of our mandate at Dubai Science Park is to foster an environment that is conducive to business growth, and enabling start-ups to flourish and maximize their potential at every stage of their life cycle. It has been rewarding to witness the many success stories in the last few years. It was insightful to hear from the passionate entrepreneurs today about the kind of support that is valuable to them in setting up their businesses and stepping onto their trajectory of growth. Delighted to be partnering today with in5 who is showing tremendous support to TECOM business partners across all of our communities.”

Sougata Nandi, Founder & CEO of 3eApps, an in5-incubated start-up, said: “We are pleased to be part of Dubai Science Park’s business partner breakfast event, which is a welcome platform for us to share our entrepreneurial journey of creating an environmental- and energy efficiency app that allows individual households, schools and large corporates to make informed decision by forecasting, tracking and comparing their energy consumption through leveraging IoT & ICT and to share our insights and experiences with like-minded partners from the local energy sectors”

Commenting on the event, Salah Al-Hidiq, Co-Founder of HeyDoc!, an in5-based start-up, said: “It has been a pleasure to be part of the business partner breakfast, organised by Dubai Science Park, where we spoke about the importance of entrepreneurship and our journey of launching our own telemedicine platform, dedicated to democratising healthcare and enabling access to healthcare advise for people from around the world through an integrated digital health ecosystem.”

The Dubai Science Park Business Breakfast event is part of a series of business focused forums designed to enhance   the   businesses   operating   in   the   DSP   community.   For   more   information   please   visit:

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