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Startups Galaxy Partners Up with DbSE to Connect Startups and Co-working Spaces in Egypt

This partnership will have DbSE move all its co-working spaces' database moved to Startups Galaxy's platform.

Cairo-based startup directory Startups Galaxy and the Database for Students and Entrepreneurs (DbSE) announce a long-term strategic partnership that will work on the connection between startups and co-working spaces in Egypt. This partnership will have DbSE move all its co-working spaces databases moved to Startups Galaxy platform, which will allow them to be discovered by Startups Galaxy’s network of startups, entrepreneurs, students and freelancers seeking a pleasant place to work. Startups Galaxy will provide DbSE with exposure benefits on their directory as well as giving them a special launch package for their growth and expansion.

“I’ve personally used DbSE, so working with partners like them means we can both benefit exponentially from each other’s products and hard work. For Startups Galaxy, we believe that co-working spaces provide internet as the most basic feature. We need to pinpoint where the interest is in Egypt, because that’s the blood for most businesses. Co-working spaces and interview services will grow Egypt’s ecosystem,” says Nono Ghannam, Startups Galaxy’s founder.

Additionally, DbSE and Startups Galaxy will collaborate and build on making reservations for the co-working spaces possible online with a few clicks. Any co-working space looking to host people will be able to reach out to anyone for meeting spaces, private offices, shared desks and events management.

“Even though lately we’ve been focusing on education and schools, we felt that co-working spaces will be more discoverable on Startups Galaxy’s platform, which matches this audience more. I loved the idea of Startups Galaxy and that their direction is very clear about startup services. They collaborate and build on existing networks,” says Salah El Qady, founder of DbSE.

This partnership is anticipated by many, especially those in the early phase looking for a space to work from, and for co-working spaces looking to add to their marketing efforts. Mark your calendars with the official launch of the intertwined platform on October 25.


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