hub, Etisalat, start-upsEtisalat has unveiled the Hello Business Hub, aimed at assisting Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) to give them flexibility and ease the process of setting up a business to kick-start their operations in the UAE. It also offers services tailored for SMBs beyond telecommunications services, all under one roof, said the company.

Etisalat’s newly launched Hello Business Hub caters to the needs of SMBs by offering comprehensive integrated propositions, ranging from company setup to company registration, banking to insurance, office leasing to furniture, combined with the latest telecom products and services from Etisalat and more, said the company.

Industry reports estimate more than 100,000 new businesses to set up shop in the UAE over the next three years. Initiatives such as the World Expo 2020 in Dubai will further drive substantial development of the country’s SMB segment. Etisalat said it aims to capture the majority of new start-ups in the UAE, and forge long-term relationships with new customers coming on board.

Esam Mahmoud, acting senior vice president, Small and Medium Business, Etisalat said, “Small and medium businesses are important contributors to the UAE’s economy today and with the digital evolution are set for further growth in the country. At Etisalat, we work closely with SMBs and startups by enabling them with the right tools and services to drive into this digital future. The launch of Etisalat’s Hello Business Hub today reaffirms our strong commitment towards this goal of supporting this strategic community who are the key drivers of growth and development.

According to Mahmoud, whether one is starting a new business or expanding operations in the UAE, the new hub is committed to providing owners with tailored “advanced solutions” that increase their productivity and profitability.

“At Etisalat we are always striving to add value through innovation, driven by our service mantra for small and medium businesses which is ‘Your Business Grows with Us’,” he added.


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