‘Meet the C3 Experts’ event series launched

 

We have listened to your feedback and we have launched a new event series designed to support entrepreneurs that are not based in the UAE as well as provide the ones in Dubai with opportunities to network with our experts in a relaxed and informal environment!
First of our ‘Meet the C3 Experts’ series focused on ‘Funding your (social) enterprise’ and saw experts from the finance and investment sectors sharing their knowledge and interacting…

Dubai’s first ride-sharing company raises $350,000

Article published in Gulf News Journal

 

Carpool Arabia, Dubai’s first private ride-sharing company, has secured its first round of funding and will use a $350,000 investment to create a mobile application and enhance marketing activities for its service.

“We launched the platform and after a few months, 95 percent of the traffic was coming from people who want to commute from home to…

C3 Group Workshop – Funding your (social) enterprise – Dubai

C3 ENTREPRENEURS HAD THE GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE FUNDING OPTIONS AND MEET THE INVESTORS! 40+ aspiring and established entrepreneurs explored options to fund their venture, discovered how to leverage crowd-investing, learnt how to discuss shareholding agreements, and much more! Lots of great questions and insightful answers shared with an energetic group of professionals willing to make an impact on the community…

Workshop on funding and fund-raising strategies

Article published in Zawya

Committed to continue enabling social entrepreneurs to succeed, C3 – Consult and Coach for a Cause is hosting a workshop on funding and fund-raising strategies on the 25th of October, in Dubai, in collaboration with in5 Innovation Hub. Speakers from the crowd-investing platform Eureeca.com, the investment and consultancy company Active M Investments, and start-ups incubator Flat6Labs Abu Dhabi…

Growth prospects: investing in social entrepreneurs

Article published in Philanthropy Age

All start-ups need investment to step up to the next level and truly realise their potential. How might budding social entrepreneurs best go about making their project an attractive proposition to would-be backers? Having spent several years working for Proctor & Gamble, the multinational giant that produces consumer goods ranging from beauty creams to dog food, Zeina…