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The Next Society is Calling on Startups from Egypt and Algeria for The Startup Booster Track

The call is open for entrepreneurs and early-stage startups that work on impact-driven solutions.

The Next Society, a community of changemakers gathering development hubs from Europe and Mediterranean countries, has launched the call for applications for their Startup Booster Track, which offers tailor-made support for early-stage startups striving to make an impact. 

The new programme, open in Egypt and Algeria, will select select talented entrepreneurs and innovative businesses in the ICT, Food, Environment, Energy, Health, and Social & Culture sectors, to offer tailor-made support to help them go international and raise funds. The programme works through workshops and training sessions, immersion into foreign markets and incubation in European innovation hubs, as well as meetings with investors and long-term coaching by mentors.

Entrepreneurs and startups that apply to the track and get shortlisted will be matched to the adequate services according to their needs, profile and availability.

The Next Society Network gathers a large network of over 300 business and innovation, research and investment organisations, as well as 2,500 international SMEs and entrepreneurs from 30 countries. Their programme, which is co-funded by the EU, is part of a four-year action plan (2017-2020).

To apply, fill up the application form and send it back to and send it with a short video (no longer than 2 minutes) and tell us more about your project, strategy and team to

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