Making the IT embryo grow

Intellectual Embryo, a technology, media and telecommunications venture capital company, is talking to visitors at this year's show about a number of its incubated solutions.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  October 14, 2001

Intellectual Embryo, a technology, media and telecommunications venture capital company, is talking to visitors at this year's show about a number of its incubated solutions, including its e-support, medical diagnostic, m-commerce, mobile entertainment and content management offerings.

Firdhose Coovadia, chief operating office of Intellectual Embryo, told Gitex Times that the show was a good way to take its solutions global. "Our vision is to globalise emerging market solutions. Some of these solutions are pioneers and cutting edge technologies [such as] our medical diagnostic systems and our state of the art M-commerce solutions," he says.

The company, which boasts asset management and venture capital segments with incubation facilities in Australia, South Africa, England, and Dubai, believes that, within the regional market, localisation is the key to success.

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