Mahdi Ben Hmida, Owner, Eco’Lav
Mahdi Ben Hmida is the owner of Eco’Lav, the first chain of ecological laundromats in Tunisia. Mahdi launched this company in 2010 because he wanted to revolutionize the laundry and dry cleaning industry in Tunisia. However he faced challenges managing and developing his business. After joining CEED Tunisia in 2014, Mahdi discovered the real potential of his company while learning about …Tunisia
On November 17th CEED Tunisia celebrated the graduation of is latest cohort of CEED Go To Market and Grow entrepreneurs. CEED Go To Market works with early stage entrepreneurs and gives them access to industry professionals who help them launch their companies, while the Grow program works with growth stage entrepreneurs and helps them scale their companies and develop long term strategies for growth. The …Tunisia
When Ines first joined the CEED Grow program she was relieved to learn that she joined at just the right moment. In 2005 Ines launched her first business after participating in a business exchange program, funded by the US government, which allowed her to visit a recycling facility in the U.S. Upon returning from her trip she launched Collectun Services which collected …Tunisia
CEED Tunisia’s Kicks off 2016 with a ‘World Café’ on
”The Future of Entrepreneurship in Tunisia”
- Agreement with the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training signed -
CEED Tunisia kicked off the New Year with a networking event that brought together hundreds of entrepreneurs and other stakeholders in various business networks and government agencies. Speakers at the event included Mr. Zied Laadhari, Minister Employment …Tunisia
On Thursday May 28th CEED Tunisia celebrated its one-year anniversary with a graduation ceremony for its first class of CEED Go-To-Market participants. More than 100 people were present including, Slim Chaker, Tunisia’s Finance Minister and Tawfik Jelassi, the Former Minister of Education. Entrepreneurs, media, partners and investors were invited to celebrate with CEED Tunisia staff and entrepreneurs.Tagged with: Tunisia
Founded in 2006 by brothers Zied and Omar Guiga, Wallyscar is the first Arab and African carmaker sold to mass markets internationally. Quickly after the company was launched Wallyscar was featured at the Paris Motor Show in October 2008 and 2012. Although Wallyscar has experienced some international success the brothers felt they could learn more about how to expand their market share both domestically and …Tunisia
As Tunisia navigates its first free presidential election post Arab Spring, CEED continues to work with entrepreneurs who continue to be the foundation of Tunisia’s growing economy. After successfully launching CEED Grow which works with growth stage entrepreneurs, CEED Tunisia has launched its second program, CEED Go-To-Market for high potential early stage start ups looking to launch and grow their businesses. Over a hundred entrepreneurs …Start Ups, Tunisia
CEED Tunisia is pleased to announce a request for proposals for ecosystem builders supporting entrepreneurs.
The deadline is June 20th. Please submit all proposals to email@example.com.
Proposal details are provided in the link below.
Thank you, and we look forward to working with you!
The CEED Team
CEED Tunisia Proposal RequestTagged with: Tunisia