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More fintech startups come to Abu Dhabi

The UAE wants to attract more entrepreneurs and startups to the country.
A general view of the city skyline at sunset from Dhow Harbour on Feb. 5, 2015 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

The Hub71 startup community Abu Dhabi welcomed 16 new members on Thursday. Here are some of the startups that will now be part of the business hub in the Emirati capital city, according to a press release: 

  • Trade Capital Partners — an Abu Dhabi-based company that raises money for small businesses. 
  • Zywa — a money management app designed for teenagers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). 
  • Letswork — a service that allows users to book workspaces in the UAE, Bahrain and Portugal. 
  • TAG — a digital banking mobile phone application in Pakistan.

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