The pandemic and the decline of the price of oil, along with their implications on global markets, have impacted businesses of all sizes around the world. Founders have had to retool their thinking to keep their businesses afloat and protect their teams, while those who were in the process of raising capital may have been caught in the middle of a change in strategy by venture capitalists.
The industry as a whole is on the cusp of a global transformation, and all aspects from building a business, scaling, or fundraising through to supporting a company beyond financial capital will need to evolve to adapt to the current reality and incurred second- or third-order effects.
Nuwa Capital and Flat6Labs are co-hosting a discussion on the changing definition and implications of building companies and what this means for the MENA region on Tuesday, June 2nd at 6 PM GMT+4.
From scoping out and understanding unprecedented opportunities to new dynamics of ‘doing business’, join Flat6Labs’ Ramez El-Serafy and Nuwa Capital’s Khaled Talhouni as they discuss the future of building businesses and share their insight from over a decade of building and investing in companies in MENA, and what they believe will change.
The session will be followed by a short Q&A discussion, and questions will be received through Zoom’s Q&A feature.