Dtec Ventures

Dtec Ventures is the venture capital fund of Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority and part of Dtec. We invest in early-stage technology companies in the MENA region with a nucleus to Dubai, that are disrupting or enabling traditional industries.

Our mission

Dtec Ventures is complementing the Dtec ecosystem by providing access to startup funding. Our mission is to contribute in making Dtec, and thereby Dubai, the largest tech hub and the leading destination for entrepreneurs in the Middle East. We invest in talented, passionate and ambitious technology founders and teams to build companies of impact, utility and value to the region.

We invest in consumer and enterprise software technology companies. See the companies in our portfolio.

If you think Dtec Ventures is the right partner to build something amazing together out of Dubai, please contact us.

Dtec Ventures News

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The Next Shipping & Delivery Battleground: Why Amazon, Walmart and Smaller Retailers Are Betting On Micro-Fulfillment https://www.cbinsights.com/research/micro-fulfillment-tech-shipping-retail/ via @cbinsights

Following the launch of our KSA report in collaboration with @SVC_SA, our CEO @pbahoshy will host key stakeholders of the Saudi ecosystem for a webinar to discuss the report's insights 🇸🇦 Save your spot 👉 http://ow.ly/lvhf50ACKX8

CC: @AAltamami @FarisIRH @mjalyemni @AmmarWMW

We are pleased to welcome souKare in our portfolio, following our latest investment in their bridge-to-Series A! souKare is a fast-growing, online one-stop shop for health & wellness products: https://soukare.com/ @soukareuae

We proudly announce the successful launch of the Hope probe. The ground control station in Dubai has received the first signal from the probe after its solar panels were successfully deployed to charge its batteries. Our 493 million km journey to the Red Planet starts here.

Powerful article. "OpenAI's GPT-3 may be the biggest thing since bitcoin" https://maraoz.com/2020/07/18/openai-gpt3/

"The amount of data created over the next three years will be more than the data created over the past 30 years, and the world will create more than three times the data over the next five years than it did in the previous five." Source: @IDC https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS46286020

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