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putting themselves in an entrepreneur’s shoes. (Images
The time is long gone when
starting a business as a teenager m...
Expensya's team in their office in Cogite
coworking space, Tunis. (Image via Expensyia)
On Monday, almost
a year after their launch,...
Roamsmart helps mobile operators manage their roaming
operations. (Image via RCR Wireless)
Roaming is a pain for business travelers and a...
Smart transportation has the potential to change many things in modern life, from the very roads people use to get to work to the way whole...
Saphon's wind turbine: cheaper, more efficient, safer. (Image
For the last four years, Tunisian company Saphon has...
The gaming industry in the Middle East and North Africa is growing. More than 40 gaming startups from Europe, MENA and Turkey...
Tunisia's diaspora is returning to a country that's gradually
reforming itself, to build lives and businesses. (Image via
Tunisian entrepreneurs need to step up and lead the charge.
(Image via Wikimedia Commons)
After working with entrepreneurs while...
The Tunisian minister drop the suit for the fifth edition of
Droidcon in Tunisia. (image via Tekiano)
Over the weekend, huge crowds of...
Has the time for Tunisian startups finally come? (Image via
Several iconic and emblematic Tunisian startups
Tunisian ICT Minister Nooman Fehri speaks at the Founders
Institute. (Images via Founder Institute)
Tunisia’s Founder Institute has g...
ilBoursa offers data to help investors make better financial
Some entrepreneurs want to be famous, others
want to make money,...
The Innova team is changing Arabic big data. Here they pause at
Cogite coworking space's garden. (Images via
The first promotion of engineers-entrepreneurs presented health and
safety-related startups at Esprit's demo day. (Images via
Tunisia in 2025 is quite different from the Tunisia of the Arab
spring (Image via Hongkiat)
* This is a hypothetical look-back from the...
The FabLab solidaire is bringing out the heavy artillery. (Image
via FabLab Solidaire)
“Tunisia has no other choices but i...
Starting a business and running it isn’t easy.
It becomes less so when the economy in which you want to start the business...
Are you ready for more Demodays? (Image via Flat6Labs)
Tunisia has an impressive number of
entrepreneurship training and mentoring...
The industry of connected objects, or what we
have come to call the Internet of Things (IoT), has rapidly
expanded around the world, but...
This view does make a good argument for Tunisia. (Image via
West East South North)
Sure, many Tunisians and Moroccans have...
Here’s a thought: the Maghreb doesn’t lack entrepreneurs; they simply don’t work in their native region.
Tunisians are making their voice heard. (Image via The
The Arab spring proved the power of social media.
Firstly that it goes far...
Busy bees are honey bees.
In July 2014 Khaled Bouchoucha quit his job as a
fleet engineer manager at aeronautic company Sabena Technics
Sofiène Ben Châabane in his boutique/café Lyoum in La
Marsa.(Images via Christine Petré)
There’s an irony to it. Tunisia is the s...