The ‘Textile Technique du Sahel: 2TS’ cluster aims to promote technical textiles in Tunisia, a very promising niche at the industrial level with a positive impact on the national economy.
The MENARA cluster is a Moroccan professional association founded in 2012 with the ambition to consolidate and improve the competitiveness of the Moroccan cosmetics and agri-food industry in the national and international markets.
Qoot is the first Lebanese agri-food consortium that brings together Lebanese enterprises, rising SMEs, multinational companies, knowledge providers, support institutions, and investment entities to collaboratively catalyze and innovate the agri-food sector in Lebanon.
The CE3M cluster was created in 2010 with a mission to develop innovative products made in Morocco, for the energy, mobility, medical and aeronautics sectors.
Berytech, in partnership with Anima Investment Network, launched the ‘Scale-up Voucher for Clusters’ offering a technical assistance voucher with a value of 9,000 Euros that will be used to assist regional clusters in developing their growth strategy and expanding business opportunities for their cluster members.
Under THE NEXT SOCIETY project, Berytech organized the fourth advocacy panel meeting to showcase the project’s achievements over five years and highlight the impact of the activities held under it to empower the Lebanese Technology Transfer Ecosystem on a national scale.
The Research to Innovation Lab is intended to empower technology transfer officers in universities in managing commercialization processes for applied research, opening up opportunities for business and industrial collaboration and local and international exposure.
Two clusters were selected from each of Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia to benefit from a technical assistance voucher with a value of 5000 euros used to assist clusters in developing their growth strategy and expanding business opportunities.
NanoEbers is an Egyptian startup that has developed highly effective hemostatic sponges that have superior mechanical properties and can absorb up to 60 times their weight of blood and can stop bleeding instantly. Their performance exceeds that of imported hemostatic sponge while NanoEbers is producing the sponges at a low production cost due to lower local manufacturing and a patent-pending manufacturing process.