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ECES organises ‘Hub Africa’ annual competition for entrepreneurs

The Egyptian Center for Economic Studies (ECES) will hold an annual competition “Hub Africa” for entrepreneurs on 19 and 20 October, Abla Abdelatif, executive manager of ECES, said. The competition will be held in cooperation with five partners, the American University in Cairo (AUC); Gemini Global Development, a company owned by Naguib Sawiris; Qalaa Holding; …

Nevine Kamel

Young African entrepreneurs to compete for $100k Anzisha Prize

The Anzisha Prize programme, a partnership between African Leadership Academy and Mastercard Foundation, has launched the call for 2019 applications. The prize is looking for Africa’s most innovative social and business entrepreneurs between the ages of 15 and 22. The winner entrepreneurs will share $100,000 among them and receive business consulting support. The Anzisha Prize’s …

Daily News Egypt

CIB, AUC graduate new batch of entrepreneurs 

Bank aims to support startups to develop systems, technology solutions in field of financial innovation, expanding customer base, speeding up pace of financial inclusion: Farag The Commercial International Bank (CIB) graduated the third batch of business incubators in the field of financial technology, in cooperation with the American University in Cairo (AUC). The business incubator …

Daily News Egypt

SPARK! Ventures: creating a generation of enlightened leaders and entrepreneurs

  Ideas that can change the world, entrepreneurs who will disrupt industries, social development pioneers who will transform communities, and leaders who will inspire generations—these are all flavours of SPARK!, recently held in El-Gouna this summer. This 10-day programme brought together some of Egypt’s most talented young people to nurture their skills and provided them …

Daily News Egypt

Young entrepreneurs develop digital medical solutions

Startups like Vitameter, Serona and Viomedo stand for innovative digital solutions in the medical industry. Not left to their own devices, their endeavors are supported by big companies. There’s not much sunlight in this basement in a house near Berlin’s bustling Müllerstraße. But the dreary view doesn’t bother Alexander Puschilov. The 27-year-old health economist wants …

Deutsche Welle

Tough challenges for African entrepreneurs in Germany

Setting up a small business in Germany can take longer than in Africa. There is no informal sector and entrepreneurs face tight regulations. Plenty of patience and a willingness to learn German are highly recommended. Judging by the sound the customers are making and the smell of beer mixed with that of hair products and …

Deutsche Welle