EUROMED Invest supports Maghreb diaspora entrepreneurs set up businesses in their home country

November 10, 2016
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A Masterclass for entrepreneurs of the Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian diaspora living in Europe and holders of an investment project in their home country, was organised in the framework of EUROMED Invest project to help entrepreneurs set up their business.

DiasporaLab Maghreb, which brought together 84 participants, was held in two sessions, allowing entrepreneurs to be accompanied over several months, from the start of their project and the launch of their business.
The DiasporaLab was an intermediate step between the project development in Europe and its implementation in the Maghreb. By allowing project developers to test their idea with fifteen experts of the three countries, it worked as an incubator offering both an opportunity for networking, building managerial skills and test the reality of market and the local business climate.
The aim of the EUROMED Invest project is to boost private business and investment within the Euro-Mediterranean region to contribute to inclusive economic development. The project’s activities aim to empower Euro-Med business and investment networks to implement targeted strategies in support of SME development in specific sectors: agri-food, water and alternative energies, tourism, transport and logistics, cultural and creative industries. 
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Countries covered:

  • Algeria
  • Morocco
  • Tunisia