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Organized by the Harvard Arab Alumni Association, along with the Harvard Business School MENA club, it will be held on November 9-12, 2017, with expected participants of over 1,300 students and professionals.
A highlight of the conference will be the startup pitching competition, allowing startups to test their concepts and receive feedback from key leaders in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Others’ ventures eventually IPO or get acquired for millions of dollars.
Many of them create jobs and help transform industries.
Eligible startups need to have launched a MVP and should have not raised significant investment rounds, as well as have at least one founder from the MENA region, or focus on the MENA market with their product or service.
The startup pitching competition, launched six years ago, will have 10 pre-selected teams pitching in front of a panel of judges from the ecosystem, with three teams that will be chosen as winners and receive a prize of up to US,000.