The story behind The HUB Dubai is a fascinating one. “We were aspiring enablers of entrepreneurship who were working in silos, out of creative cafes or our bedrooms that weren’t enough, says social entrepreneur Habib Al-Assad, referring to himself and the other founding co-directors, serial entrepreneur Aman Merchant and clean energy entrepreneur Marwan Chaar.
“We needed an enabling shared home to attract the resources, investment, collaborators, and talent for our ecosystem to grow sustainably,” adds Al-Assad.
Part of an interdependent network of HUBs that are collectively governed with 40+ global locations, each with its own identity, The HUB Dubai was created to be the first in the Arab world, “a center of experiential learning in ethical entrepreneurship.”
Looking forward for the fall opening of this space for entrepreneurship that is “all about impact.”
For more info – https://dubai.the-hub.net