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Injaz Egypt is Calling on Entrepreneurs for its Silicon Valley Tour

The entrepreneurial powerhouse teamed up with TechWadi for the second time, to take Egypt's most promising startups to the global entrepreneurial hub.

For the second year, Injaz Egypt as teamed up with TechWadi to take 14 Egyptian entrepreneurs to “meet Silicon Valley” - a two-week, all-expenses paid intensive acceleration programme in California that will take place between February 4th and 17th 2018. Setting off to take high-impact Egyptian entrepreneurs on a tour of the "entrepreneurial Mecca" the tour offers a matchless opportunity for networking and mentorship, as well as global exposure.  

Silicon Valley, an internationally-recognised hub of innovation, is home to thousands of startups, leading tech companies, and one-third of all venture capital investment in the United States. As part of the tour, a tailored programme crafted by TechWadi will give participants first-hand access to the ecosystem, engaging with a network of tech executives and investors, entrepreneurs and ecosystem builders as well as visiting accelerators, co-working spaces and leading tech companies such as Google, Facebook, Apple and others. 

The programme includes a roundtrip flight from Egypt to Silicon Valley, transportation, accommodation, meals and program fees, and is open to entrepreneurs of Egyptian nationality, who are proficient English speakers, have a university degree (or are expected to graduate in the summer of 2018), have founded a startup, and hasn't previously participated in a similar programme. 

You can apply by filling in this application before October 21st of October. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for panel interviews from October 29th to November 2nd and accepted candidates will be announced by early November 2017.




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