THE NEXT SOCIETY launches its 3rd call for applications to join the Start-up Booster Track, the tailor-made support program for entrepreneurs in the MENA region. Berytech is the exclusive partner of THE NEXT SOCIETY in Lebanon.
Through this call for applications, talented entrepreneurs and innovative businesses will be selected to form the 3rd promotion of start-ups that will benefit from the program to boost their innovative solutions.
THE NEXT SOCIETY Start-up Booster Track offers tailor-made support to Mediterranean startups to help them go international and raise funds through workshops and training sessions, immersion into foreign markets and incubation in European innovation hubs, meetings with investors and long-term coaching by committed mentors. Learn more about the services.
THE NEXT SOCIETY will match the selected entrepreneurs and startups to the adequate services according to their needs, profile and availability. 21 start-ups will be selected to join the third promotion of THE NEXT SOCIETY start-ups.
The track is open for innovative early-stage startups with impact-driven solutions, products or services in the following areas:
Start-ups need to be established in Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine or Tunisia.
Fill the application form before October 15, 2019
Don’t forget to record a short video (no longer than 2 minutes) and pitch your project, your strategy and your team to assess your presentation and speaking skills in English! For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
THE NEXT SOCIETY is an open community of change-makers engaged in innovation and economic development. It gathers entrepreneurs, investors, corporates, NGOs, public and private innovation, research and economic development hubs from Europe and the Mediterranean countries. THE NEXT SOCIETY gathers already a large network of over 300 business & innovation, research and investment organisations, 2,500 international SMEs and entrepreneurs from 30 countries. THE NEXT SOCIETY is launching a four year action plan (2017-2020), co-funded by the EU up to 90% for a global amount of EUR 7.8 million budget
For more information, read about the objectives of THE NEXT SOCIETY