Tunisian startups take part in the Viva Tech trade show in Paris from May 22 to 25

Tunisian startups took part in the Viva Technology (Viva Tech) trade show, an annual event dedicated to technological innovation and start-ups, held from May 22 to 25 in Paris, France, the Ministry of Communication Technologies said in a statement issued on Saturday in Tunis.

Tunisia will take part in the event by organizing a pavilion featuring a large number of Tunisian startups operating in various fields, such as smart agriculture, digital learning, artificial intelligence, intelligent transport, environmental technologies and financial technology. The Minister of Communication Technologies, Nizar Ben Neji, who met with Tunisian startups as part of his visit to Paris, underlined the interest the Ministry takes in ensuring the participation of a large number of Tunisian startups in major international digital events.

The aim, he said, is to enable startups to showcase their projects and market their products and digital solutions internationally, on the one hand, and to identify backers and investors, in addition to concluding economic partnerships with international companies, on the other.

The Minister noted that this participation is part of the national digital strategy 2025 and the “Startup Tunisia” initiative, which aims to support private initiative, the creation of projects and the encouragement of innovation and entrepreneurship, with a view to strengthening Tunisia’s international influence in the digital field.

The Viva Tech trade show, Europe’s biggest event dedicated to startups and technology, will be attended by 11,000 representatives of international companies and startups from 120 countries. Japan is the guest of honor at this year’s event, which focuses on artificial intelligence technology and video games.


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