Tunisia:Project Innov'i -EU4 Innovation,New call for projects "Tech Tunisia" launched
- 30 August 2020 / News / 148 / ABI 1
The project "Innov'i -EU4 Innovation" launches a new call for innovators to present their projects under the innovative entrepreneurship support fund "Tech Tunisia", which has a total budget of 1 million euros (over 3 million dinars).
Funded by the European Union and implemented by Expertise France, this project aims to support the strengthening, structuring and sustainability of the ecosystem of entrepreneurship and innovation in Tunisia and to improve the service offer for start-ups and entrepreneurs through backing up support structures in the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation.
The project "Innov'i -EU4 Innovation" offers grants ranging from 75 thousand euros (equivalent to 242 thousand dinars) to 150 thousand euros (equivalent to 484 thousand dinars) for actions lasting from 12 to 18 months.
The projects sought must aim to strengthen actions and support programmes for the development and growth of companies and sectors of Tunisian "tech" and strengthening partnerships and connections between the ecosystems of Tunisian and international innovative entrepreneurship.
This call concerns Tunisian organisations that can apply in partnership with Tunisian and foreign co-applicants (non-governmental organisations/associations, private companies and public enterprises, public institutions of a non-administrative nature ...).
The last deadline for submission of applications scheduled for September 27, 2020 at midnight and an information session on this call for projects will be held in Tunis on September 04, 2020.
The guidelines of this call for projects and the application forms are published and admissible in French on the website: www.innovi.tn
Nigeria:Minister seeks support, claims digital transformation critical to Nigeria
- 30 September 2020
The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami, has solicited the support of the private sector in actualizing Nigeria’s digital agenda.Pantami said it has become highly imperativ...