Algeria – Startups honored at the next MED-IT


Launching startups in the ICT field in Algeria is at the heart of the news, but the facts are far from following promises. However, events tend to reassure us about the state of the industry, and one of them is the support of the MED-IT, which will focus on “Empowering young talent and innovation IT” to the next edition.

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MED-IT, if you do not know, the International Exhibition of Information Technologies, an exhibition that deals with IT in general. It will return in the next edition, the ninth, between 24 and 26 September at the Palace of Culture Moufdi Zakaria Algiers.

Trophies for the next MED-IT like previous editions, will have to discover and highlight young Algerian entrepreneurs.

The format of the competition is as follows: four startups will be selected to have an exhibition space of approximately 6m ². Contractors will later present their startup in 5 minutes and 10 slides at the ceremony awards.

This contest will also enable these micro-enterprises to benefit from greater visibility, but also gifts from the sponsors of the event.

Startups involved in the “MED-IT Awards 2012” are all firms with less than 3 years, less than 10 million annual turnover, and an officer of less than 35 years. Obviously, the industry must be related with the IT and business projects must be a minimum innovative to be selected by the jury of seven experts from the competition.

The Ceremony Trophies MED-IT 2012 will take place on September 26 of the same year. For more information, the official website of the event is available online . If you meet the requirements, then do not hesitate, sign up!

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