An incubator is a program designed to help start-ups or companies still in the process of being spun out succeed. In addition to seed capital, typical incubator offerings for entrepreneurs include workspace and expertise. For example, some incubators offer training or coworking spaces.
Incubators can be operated by the public or private sector. Sometimes they are also associated with universities.
Although incubators are often associated with startups in the tech sector, the principle of helping new companies get off the ground is not limited to this area.
Below you find an overview of some incubators in the Arab region as well as sponsors that offer seed capital for promising companies. Most of them invest in early-stage technologies and developments as seed or pre-seed grants or angel investors. To learn more about current funding opportunities and the exact requirements, visit the websites of the individual sponsors. This overview is not exhaustive.