50 young people take part in Hackathon to present solutions to preserve planet

The United Nations Office in Tunis, on Saturday, launched a two-day Hackathon to develop new technologies and present solutions and ideas to preserve the planet, member in the Office of Resident Coordinator Elhem Birini told TAP. The organisation of this Hackathon, which brings together about 50 young Tunisians, is part of the United Nations agenda for the implementation of the sustainable development programme and the achievement of its objectives in 2030. She pointed out that this competition is one of a series of similar ones that will be held in…

Mediterravenir to organize cross-border meeting in Tataouine as part of “Entreprendre et Réussir Ensemble” programme

Mediterravenir is organising a cross-border meeting on November 14- 15- 16- 17, 2019 in Tataouine as part of “Entreprendre et Réussir Ensemble” programme for the benefit of women project leaders and young entrepreneurs from Tunisia and Libya and Algeria. 20 Libyan women, 15 Tunisian women and 5 Algerian women will join training in Tataouine to complete their capacity in business creation or development and finalize joint projects for the purpose of their valorisation during the Christmas and New Year’s market. An international event organized by Rotary La Marsa, in collaboration…

SUP’COM’s 20 edition forum on “Fintech: A disruptive innovation”

The Tunis Higher School of Communications organized the 20th edition of the SUP’COM forum on November 6, 2019, on the theme: “FinTech: A disruptive innovation”. The forum is a precious opportunity for promoting digital culture and innovation in this field as well as the impact on other sectors. Young students, graduates, companies and educational institutions, attended the forum during which they exchanged ideas and knowledge. It also provided the occasion to discuss Fintech issues with experts who participated in the event namely SupCom Director Sofiene Cherif, President of the University…

“Digital Mutation” theme of 6th edition of JEENISo Entrepreneur’s Day on November 13

The Junior Enterprise ENISo (JEENISo) announced in a statement the holding of the 6th edition of its “Entrepreneur’s Day” that will take place in the National Engineering School of Sousse (ENISo) on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. The theme of the “Entrepreneur’s Day” will focus on” Digital Mutation” which is considered as a revolution entering every aspect of the organisations and where we should no longer be talking about ‘digital marketing’ but marketing in a digital world. The 6th edition of JEENISo Entrepreneur’s Day is held within the framework of the…

Hult Prize ESSEC Tunis holds first info session program

The first info session was held on Wednesday, October 23. This session provided the opportunity to provide more details about Hult Prize and this year’s challenge. Some 80 people attended the event during which a presentation of the ESSECT Hult Prize Team along with a review of the experience of the former competitors in Hult Prize. The event was enhanced by the presence of Linda Oueslati regional assistant analyst in the Europe Middle East North Africa (EMENA ) region who gave a briefing about her experience of the Hult Prize.…

20th edition of SUP’COM 2019 Forum on theme “Fintech: A disruptive innovation” on November 6

The Tunis Higher School of Communications is organizing the 20th edition of the SUP’COM forum on November 6, 2019 in its premises at the El Gazela technology centre under the theme: “FinTech: A disruptive innovation”. The forum is an excellent vehicle for promoting digital culture and innovation in this field as well as its impact on other sectors. It is also an exclusive meeting place for young students, graduates, companies and educational institutions, providing an environment for the exchange of ideas and knowledge. It will also be the ideal context…

Hult Prize ESSEC Tunis 2020 Award challenge: “Building start-ups that have a net impact on environment for every dollar earned”

The Hult Prize ESSEC Tunis Prize presents the concept of the Hult Prize on its social media page by stating that “by participating in your university’s Hult Prize On Campus program, you will acquire the necessary skills to transform your idea into a sustainable project. The winning team of the program will have a guaranteed place in the regional summit, in more than 27 different countries. Bringing together people from different cultures and backgrounds, the initiative offers you the opportunity to present your innovative ideas, learn from your peers, inspire…

Hult Prize ESSEC Tunis 2020 Challenge: “Build start-ups that have net impact on environment on every Dollar earned”

The Hult Prize ESSEC Tunis presents the concept of Hult Prize on its social media page, saying that “by participating in Hult Prize On Campus program in your university, you will gain the needed skills to transform your idea into a sustainable project. The winning team from the program will have a guaranteed spot in the Regional summit, host in more than 27 different countries around the world. Bringing together people from different cultures and backgrounds, It offers you the opportunity to showcase your innovative ideas, learn from your peers,…

IOM project provides internships for young Tunisians in Belgium

A group of Tunisian students enrolled in the IOM program | Photo: IOM

The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has been supporting 31 young Tunisians to develop their work skills and find jobs back home through internships in Belgium. 80 % of them have found a job since their return. With a 20-month “labor migration” initiative linking Belgium and Tunisia, the UN’s International Organization for Migration (IOM) wants to help 31 Tunisian students and university graduates build up their skills and increase their chances of finding an adequate job, INFOMINGRANTS reports. Launched in March 2018 and running through October 2019, the scheme titled…