There is a new incubator in Algeria budding tech startups should look forward to. Dubbed IncubMe, the incubator seeks innovative startups that it will provide support, advice, and multidisciplinary coaching.
IncubMe will be running from both a physical and virtual platforms to support budding entrepreneurs horn their skills. According to the incubator’s general manager Kamel Oumnia, IncubMe will be running a hybrid model; supporting startups on-site, while leveraging on the internet to transcend geographical borders and provide incubation to startups far and wide.
Oumnia says they came to the realization that there was a huge potential for incubation services in the Algerian startup scene.
“Algeria is the biggest country in Africa. There are very important business opportunities and a big lack in business knowledge. We aim to provide young entrepreneurs with the necessary skills to build a company,” said Oumnia.
“Our philosophy is based on three main axes – a private incubator for a win-win-win result, a traditional incubators with a virtual platform, and a large network in Algeria and the rest of the world.”
Startups and Students across Algeria to enlist to IncubMe Selection Sessions
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