La ville de Casablanca accueille le premier hub pour les entrepreneurs du groupe suisse Seedstars qui s'est donné comme objectif d'impacter la vie des populations dans les pays émergents à travers l'entrepreneuriat et l'innovation technologique.
Washington D.C - “This journey of creating mobile apps started a year ago when I started working here in Morocco with Moroccans friends for seven months and we failed terribly,” stated winner and CEO of Weego, Saad Jittou.
The latest edition of Seedstars Casablanca which took place at LaFactory on Friday evening brought together seven of Morocco’s most promising startups, who slugged it out for the opportunity to participate in next year’s Seedstars World Summit.
Weego, a collaborative transit app which enables users to track buses and trams in real time, has been selected as the winner of this year’s edition of Seedstars Casablanca.
Aider et soutenir les jeunes créateurs d’entreprises innovantes, tel est le principal objectif de la compétition «Seedstars Casablanca 2018».
Come July 6th, eight Moroccan startups will be flying the Morocco flag at the Seedstars Summit in Switzerland. These eight startups stand a chance of taking home $1 million in equity investment among other prizes.
Seedstars has chosen eight seed-stage startups to take part in the Moroccan leg of its global competition, who will now compete to represent the country at the Seedstars Summit in Switzerland and win up to US$1 million in equity investments and other