Dubai Startup Hub, an initiative of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, announced the signing of several deals between four UAE corporate and three start-ups of the MarketAccess programme.
The companies signing the deals were flydubai, Emirates NBD, the Dubai Chamber and Fiat Chrysler.
Dubai Chamber said in a statement it signed a memorandum of understanding with online marketing agency Digital Falcon, that will see the two entities work together to boost Dubai Startup Hub’s digital presence.
Flydubai signed a deal with cybersecurity company VUL9 to deliver security staff monitoring and related services to the airline’s offices across the UAE. Emirates NBD also signed a memorandum of understanding with VUL9.
Meanwhile, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced a deal with LoadMe, an online marketplace for freight exchange, to develop a solution that will drive Fiat’s commercial vehicles sales in the Middle East.
All the agreements are valid for one year.
MarketAcess is a programme that aims to enhance cooperation and facilitate deals between innovative start-ups and small and medium enterprises around the world, and leading companies and government entities in Dubai. It is part of the Dubai Chamber’s strategy to boost support to start-ups and entrepreneurs in Dubai.