This session is exclusive to Dubai Future Accelerators – Cohort 8 Participants.
As part of our goal at the Dubai Future Accelerators program, we aim to help the companies succeed by opening up opportunities for them to connect to our wider ecosystem to learn, grow and build their network during and after the program.
In this session MAGNiTT's Head of Partnerships, Noor Salama, will share hacks and insights for fundraising founders using MAGNiTT's Fundraising tools. Including:
• The FREE Investor & Accelerator Applications Tool - which houses 110+ active applications
• Investor insights from MAGNiTT's Research Reports
• The Fundraiser data subscription which allows access to data and insights on competitors, investors, funding rounds, exits, and more.
There will also be a Q&A / one-on-one session(s) afterwards in case anybody has any questions!
Noor leads Partnerships & Community at MAGNiTT, the first venture data platform tracking startup investments across emerging venture markets. She uses data to connect the MENAPT's tech startups and investors to each other, and to other entrepreneurship ecosystems across borders. Previously she led PR & Communications at Algebra Ventures, Egypt's largest VC fund, where she managed comms for the fund, and worked with portfolio companies to craft and pitch compelling stories to relevant stakeholders. Prior to that, she led PR & Communications at RiseUp, Egypt's leading entrepreneurship event. Noor has an MA in Anthropology, and a BA in Sociology.
This workshop is hosted in partnership with
MAGNiTT is the first venture data platform tracking startup investments in emerging venture capital markets. Driven by the belief that data is the foundation of thriving entrepreneurship ecosystems, MAGNiTT supports founders and investors with data that underpins decisions that drive expansions, investments, and exits across emerging venture markets in MENA, South Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
11:30am to 11:35am - Introduction
11:35am to 12:15pm - Fundraising and Finding Investors on MAGNiTT
12:15pm to 12:30pm - Q&A