In 2014, multidisciplinary education graduate, Mohamed Jaidane, co-founded his startup Sciencia with the aim of providing scientific leisure products and services that promote learning by doing and the scientific awakening of kids and youths. According to Mohamed, “In Tunisia, there… Read More
Born and raised in Tunisia, Ameni Mansouri spent the last ten years of her life in Paris, where she studied Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Engineering. She later went on to work for Sanofi Pasteur, a big pharmaceutical company. However, despite having… Read More
One of our mentors, Claire Vincent, recently travelled to Tunis to visit two of her Fellows, to see their work in action, meet their teams, and provide additional face-to-face mentoring as part of the Mentors Visit aspect of the startup… Read More
We spoke with Oussema Settala, 2016 Startup Mentoring Fellow and founder of Vink,  the Berlin and Tunis-based company which aims to transform legacy economies and achieve financial inclusion through digital currency and disruptive banking solutions.   Tell us a little about… Read More
eBay Startup Cup just completed its first year of competition in Berlin, having been run over 208 times in 72 different countries around the world.  Startup Cup takes a different approach to typical accelerator programs by pushing startups to start… Read More
I had the idea to take a company that already existed, a juice and fruit product company named Fruit Republic, then I acquired a technical guy and created a new, bigger company, changing the strategy into a much better one.… Read More
KoraStats came about because my business partner and I were not satisfied with how national team players were being selected, so in 2009 we decided to find a way to evaluate players’ performances based on their progress on the field,… Read More