Al Tamimi & Company, a full-service law firm in MENA that specialises in a broad range of practice areas, has launched its Venture Capital & Emerging Companies Law Review.
The report delves into the world of venture capital, entrepreneurship, and the financing of disruptive startups. It deep dives into an array of legal topics relevant to venture capital funding and emerging technologies in MENA. The publication aims to provide insights into a segment of the regional economy which is set to grow rapidly in the coming years.
Abdullah Mutawi, Partner and Head of Corporate Commercial at Al Tamimi & Company said, "While tech startups in the Middle East have been around for a few years now, the explosion of growth in both the entrepreneurship and venture capital ecosystems in the past couple of years has been truly impressive. Our time has come. The disruptive mindset has taken root. The desire to build innovative solutions to old-economy problems has given birth to a generation of pioneers and entrepreneurs ready to make a mark."
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The report was supported by Middle East Venture Capital Association who assisted in capturing insightful data to produce interesting market content alongside the legal content provided.
Noor Sweid, Chairwoman of Middle East Venture Capital Association commented, "Law firms rarely invest in full-service teams outside of London and Silicon Valley to service the local VC industry but Al Tamimi has bucked the trend and built up a formidable capability in a relatively short period with several specialists joining the team from the region and internationally. Venture capital deals are highly specialized and require smart and experienced lawyers. As a VC, I have worked with the Al Tamimi team on multiple deals now and they have never failed to deliver."
Al Tamimi & Company provides its clients with professional legal expertise, quality strategic advice, and a range of client services.
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