Emirates News Agency – 4 startup companies for graduates of “Colleges of Technology” win the “Sandooq Al Watan” competition

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Thursday, January 26, 2023 – 1:11 PM

ABU DHABI, 26th January, 2019 (WAM) — 4 start-up companies whose owners are entrepreneurs, students and graduates of the Higher Colleges of Technology, won a competition to select and finance emerging projects, as part of the activities of the Open Day of Sandooq Al Watan, which was held recently under the title “The contributions of Sandooq Al Watan in providing productive job opportunities for Sons and daughters of the Emirates.

The four winning companies for graduates of the Higher Colleges of Technology included Drxnes – Drones, founded by Fahad Al Zarooni, which provides services as a smart drone solutions provider based in Dubai.

The company “Cyber ​​Hero” won for its founder, Shamma bin Hammad, which aims to enable users to protect their information against any potential threats to information and data. The company focuses on providing awareness to various societal groups about information security and how to deal with any fraud or electronic breaches.

EFate won for Mohammed Saleh, Mohammed Al Hammadi and Ibrahim Saeed, which specializes in managing and collecting electronic waste and works to build a link between electronic waste consumers and recyclers to support sustainability.

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Likewise, the “Pet Republic” company of its founder, Mohammed Al Zaabi, is concerned with providing services to pet owners and breeders and facilitating their reservation and access to products and services related to their animals, in addition to its work on developing a database based on “Blockchain” technology that collects all pets and enhances their interdependence and communication between their owners. .

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The owners of the companies expressed their happiness to participate in the open day competition of Sandooq Al-Watan, during which they presented the nature of their companies in terms of idea, purpose, marketing, current activity and future plans, and how they were able to prove the excellence of their ideas and discuss them with arbitrators. A return on their activity and enthusiasm to compete and enhance the presence of their companies in the market.

Start-ups represent one of the most important outputs of the Higher Colleges of Technology since the colleges were accredited in 2019 as free creative economic zones in accordance with government directives, so that the colleges begin working on graduating companies and entrepreneurs through an integrated program for developing startups, which incubates students’ projects and ideas and supports their development, leading to their transformation into companies. Emerging companies that have commercial licenses and carry out their commercial activities in the market.

Dina Omar / Ahmed Gamal

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