THE NEXT SOCIETY supports 7 MENA start-ups to join the BigBooster programme

November 9, 2017
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Coming from several MENA countries, THE NEXT SOCIETY start-ups will be supported to take part in Lyon Booster Camp (14-16 November) to promote their solutions during the pitch contest and get an opportunity to join the top 20 winners that will go to Boston (USA). Lyon Booster Camp is a unique event that gathers industry experts, early adopters and representatives from the VC community. It offers an intensive learning experience for start-up teams in Bio & Health, Informative Tech and Global Impact.

THE NEXT SOCIETY Start-ups to be present in Lyon are: :

BlinkApp (Egypt) provides an integrated apps for Automatic accident detection and notification to rescue services.

Carpolo (Lebanon) is a smart carpooling platform with a gamified points reward system and analytics tools to promote carpooling for communities;

Slighter (Lebanon) has developed a smart chemical free lighter connected to your mobile device that will assist you reduce and quit smoking.

Eco-Dôme (Morocco) is working to create inventive and innovative housing opportunities thanks to traditional materials; (Morocco) makes easier searching, comparing and booking bus tickets for travel anywhere in Morocco.

EduNation (Palestine) helps students capitalize on teachable moments by giving them instant access to knowledge whenever their curiosity and learning needs peak.

NEXT GEN CORP (Tunisia) creates innovative solutions targeting health problems, e.g. the creation of medical applications and tools for people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or diabetes.

THE NEXT SOCIETY is an open community of change makers engaged in innovation and economic development. It gathers entrepreneurs, investors, corporates, NGOs, public and private innovation, research and economic development hubs from Europe and the Mediterranean countries.


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Countries covered:

  • Egypt
  • Lebanon
  • Morocco
  • Palestine *
  • Tunisia