Dubai Chamber backs 16 startups GM shows off new security specs
General motors announced that its in-vehicle safety and security system, OnStar, will be arriving to the Middle East next year.
DUBAI CHAMBER IS BACKING an alumni of 16 startups fromall over the world throughDubai Startup Hub. Majority of the startups are UAEbased, while the remaining are winners of Dubai Startup Hubs’ competition from India and Brazil. Natalia Sycheva, manager entrepreneurship, Dubai Chamber said:
“The 16 start ups represent the vibrant community of entrepreneurial community of Dubai and various strategic economic business sectors of Dubai such as energy, robotics, VR among others.” “Our community accounts for more than 500 entrepreneurs and startups at various stages — from idea to scale up. We have a set of 10 programmes in our portfolio that address specific challenges at each stage of the startup journey.” GENERAL MOTORS announced that its in-vehicle safety and security system, OnStar, will be arriving to the Middle East next year.
The membership-based service will be one of the first of its kind in the region, offering integrated safety and assistance features backed by a human touch to ultimately deliver peace of mind while on the road. OnStar understands that automotive mishaps are a case of ‘when’, not ‘if’ — flat tires, theft, crashes: it could happen at any time. When it does happen, an OnStar Advisor is ready to help. A real person whose job is to make journeys on the road more safe and secure