In a country which is shaped by the biggest civilizations since the antiquity, geographically located in between the Europe and Africa and having French language as an official language are just the few advantages of young tunisians who are creating great start-ups, ones that easily can be replicated almost in any country around the world. 
Here is a list of seven start-ups from Tunisia, it is more a list which represents the start-up environment of Tunisia rather any sort of competition which is the best one or the most-innovative one. Get inspired and motivated by their hard work and creativity.

When you say Europe, you instantly think of Paris, London or Berlin, but these are not the only start-up hubs this continent has to offer.

The project known as „Dobre Kote“ (meaning „good locations“) started in September, 2015 in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). It was organized and led by Smirna Kulenović, a young activist who loves art, loves to love, and loves to love art.


From an airline with a coveted “cinema class”, to pop-up hotels, there are a number of exciting, new innovations in store for the future of travel. Long gone are the days of annoying airport queues and boring hotel rooms. The future of travel is human-centered, practical and disruptive.

Youth is the future of Africa; it is the hope he says. While many young people leave the continent heading to Europe or elsewhere in job hunting,Prince Adu-Appiah, chose to stay. Today as chairman and founder of the NGO 1Billion Africa he foresees a prosperous future for Africa. “If good leadership prevails and if collaborative efforts are developed by governments, private sectors and civil societies to invest more in the youth, we shall tell a better story in the future.”

One of the newest phenomenons in the marketing world is stemmed from the startup scene – The Lean Startup. Back in 2011, Eric Ries, who happens to be a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and a trusted thought leader in the field of technology and the startup boom, argues that the best method of building a successful startup is through an iterative process, called an “agile process.” The premise of this development model is rooted in having a simple and dirty prototype to put out in the market, to test. This basic prototype, called “the minimum viable product” goes through numerous development cycles that are tried and tested by real users. Consumers, known as users in the technology world, provide live feedback through their interactions and data. And through this process of testing, iterating, modifying, pivoting and so on and so forth, emerges a perfect product. This continuous process of “build-measure-learn” is an infinite loop.


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