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|| Dubai investors of Amanat invested $5 million in US ed-tech firm

amanat Dubai US edtechAmanat, Dubai-based healthcare and education investment company, invests $5 million in Conscious Content Media (BEGiN), a US-based education technology company.

Amanat was established in 2014 at Dubai. Listed on the Dubai Financial Market since 2014, Amanat has a mandate to establish, acquire and incorporate companies working in the healthcare and education sectors within the GCC and beyond. (BEGiN is a US based company founded in 2018. Conscious Content Media is a family of filmmakers and artists and an education technology company that creates learning products to bring children the highest quality education).

Amanat is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code JA12.



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