Travel TechnologyHospitality start-up KUBE Ventures launches incubator to accelerate innovative transformation among veterans and visionaries.

Get into the KUBE to create ideas and think out of the box

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KUBE Ventures founders Michael Levie (left) and David Keen (right) want to catalyse transformation: be it in technology, operations or human resources.
KUBE Ventures founders Michael Levie (left) and David Keen (right) want to catalyse transformation: be it in technology, operations or human resources.

KUBE Ventures, a new hospitality start-up that aims to catalyse transformation in the global hospitality was launched at the recently concluded AHIC 2021 (Arabian & African Hospitality Investment Conference) in Dubai.

KUBE Ventures' vision is to incubate and accelerate hospitality start-ups, via two ideas: KUBE Circle and KUBE Conscience.

KUBE Circle brings together leaders, veterans and visionaries in the hospitality industry in a club-like concept. This community forms a global think tank for knowledge sharing, education and networking. It will also be its own catalyst of start-ups.

KUBE Ventures is governed by KUBE Conscience; an appointed board to measure the values and potential of each entity. While KUBE Circle acts as the rich mind, KUBE Conscience stands as a moral gateway.

In light of the pandemic, KUBE Ventures hopes to overcome hospitality’s greatest challenges by fostering new entities that dare to innovate.

“We want to give back to the hospitality industry. All of our shareholders have united with a crystal-clear purpose. We want to catalyse transformation: be it in technology, operations or human resources,” says KUBE Ventures founder Michael Levie.

Co-founder David Keen adds, “The moment is now. The post-pandemic era is one of extraordinary opportunity. Our purpose is to realise our industry’s potential and to bring it up to par with the world’s most dynamic industries and organisations."

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