The telephone company Orange is launching a competition for social entrepreneurs in the field of information and communication technologies with 25,000 euros for the best project.
To participate, you must submit your project before September 21 your application on the dedicated site.
This should contain a market analysis, an identification of needs, forecasts of needs, societal and environmental impact as well as the Management team.
The competition is open to any entrepreneur over the age of 21, without restriction of nationality, but must however be deployed in at least one of the African and Middle Eastern countries in which Orange operates.
The 2016 Orange Social Entrepreneur Prize will allow the 4 best projects to split up 55,000 euros.
“The Orange Prize for Social Entrepreneurs in Africa and the Middle East rewards again this year entrepreneurs offering products or services that use ICT in an innovative way to meet the needs of people in areas such as health, agriculture, education, energy, industry or even trade ”indicates the company’s website.
To date, 12 Tunisian startups have submitted their projects to 84 participants who are currently registered.
In the 2015 edition, the Egyptian startup Bassita won the award.