Dugga is one of few selected companies taking part in AstroLabs and Startup Sweden’s entry-program for growth-stage female founders expanding their startups into the MENA market.
Swedish EdTech company Dugga is joined in the program by companies such as Dermanostic Hautarzt per App, Arosia (Hydrotec Solutions), Tawazon App and Untap Technologies representing Germany, India, Israel and Egypt.
Access MENA is an accelerator program by Startup Sweden and Tillväxtverket, The Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth, organized in partnership with the Embassy of Sweden in Abu Dhabi, Business Sweden, Svenska Institutet and their local partner, AstroLabs. At Expo2020, a meeting was held together with representatives from the Egyptian government, as well as at an event at the Swedish pavilion to draw attention to female entrepreneurs in tech. Dugga was represented at Expo2020 by co-founder Claudia Rademaker who also got the opportunity to share in a podcast about Dugga’s exciting journey from having customers in 2 to 120 countries within the past months.