10 Tunisian startups namely in the fields of training, artificial intelligence and agriculture will take part in the third edition of “Emerging Valley” to be held on December 3-5 in Marseille, France, CEO of Smart Tunisia Rym Jarou said at a meeting with the press on Tuesday in Tunis.
She said that the Tunisian startups will set up networks with their African and European counterparts and will give briefings on local capabilities, in addition to seeking marketing of their innovative products.
The 10 companies were selected by stakeholders as part of a partnership programme between Smart Tunisia project and Startup Factory 319/619 in co-operation with the German International Co-operation Agency (GIZ) and Startup-brics.
Founder of “Emerging Valley” Samir Abdelkrim said this new edition will bring together more than 20 startups from 30 African and European countries as well as several investors and experts.
The event is an opportunity for startups to present their projects to the various participating delegations from Europe and Africa helping them build partnerships with lenders and promote their projects. It will be attended by ministers, investors and researchers, he indicated.
“Emerging Valley” is an international event whose organisation started in Marseille 2017. It brings together European and African startups, with investors who work to consolidate ties globally in one single space.