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Bubble No-Code Bootcamp: Build Your MVP Tech Product in 8 Classes, No Prior Experience Required.
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You may have seen our previous stories regarding technology development in Sheba Valley, Ethiopia which serves as homes for various startups and tech firms in Africa—just like San Fransisco’s Silicon Valley. Now, Ethopia itself sets its goal on becoming Africa’s next startup hub.
Startup campus Station F is expanding beyond its original building in Paris with a co-living space called Flatmates. 600 people will be able to rent a room in shared apartments. Compared to traditional accommodation in Paris, it’s much easier to get a room
With the Iranian economy in shambles and the shadow of war looming on the horizon, a large segment of the young workforce employed in the Iranian startup ecosystem is mulling immigration. The lifeblood of the Iranian startup ecosystem has been ebbing away, as many have already left the country and those remaining are exploring all channels to find a way out.
Capital markets regulator SEBI has approved a new framework sanctioning differential voting rights for tech companies. We tell you what this means to the Indian entrepreneur and why it was much needed.
The Start-up India initiative will go a long way in achieving the three fundamental underlying objectives: Creating a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation, facilitating sustainable economic growth and generating large scale employment opportunities.