STC incubator joins forces with Careem

Partnership aims to extend support to entrepreneurs in the Kingdom
(Image source: Reuters)
(Image source: Reuters)


InspireU, STC incubator, has entered into a partnership agreement with Careem. According to the agreement, Careem will provide free rides for the 40 entrepreneurs and members of arbitration committee dealing with Inspire U.

The agreement is an initiative to support entrepreneurs and innovations as well as telecom and IT projects in the region.

InspireU, which is fully supported by STC, provides its joiners opportunities to benefit from consultation and training programmes, in addition to providing office spaces financing, and other supportive initiatives. 

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