Ajman-UAE: Eng. Fathy Afana, CEO of Fast Building Contracting Company, Ambassador of the Arab Family, and Board Member of Ajman University Innovation Center, has contributed AED 50,000 in support of the innovators and entrepreneurs’ startups affected by the Covid-19 global pandemic.
Ajman University Innovation Center promotes innovation and entrepreneurship by effectively engaging all relevant stakeholders in addressing current industrial issues, market requirements, government expectations and societal needs, boosting the sustainable growth of the national economy.
The Center, since its inception, has been supporting innovations and projects through annual competitions. It has also adopted the pioneering projects presented by entrepreneurs and innovators from inside and outside Ajman University.
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