Algeria’s IncubMe Debuts As A Support For Local Tech Startups

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There is a new entrant into Algeria’s nascent startup ecosystem as incubator IncubMe launches to support early-stage startups in the North African country.

IncubMe will provide selected innovative startups with support, advice and multidisciplinary coaching to develop entrepreneurship skills both physically and via a virtual platform.

From Disrupt Africa. Story by Tom Jackson.

“IncubMe is providing day-to-day support and individual coaching in different skills and knowledge relating to startups. We are providing all the necessary support to the entrepreneur to let them concentrate on their business,” Kamel Oumnia, general manager of IncubMe, told Disrupt Africa.

The hub is running a hybrid model to support startups on-site and also transcend geographical barriers via virtual incubation. Oumnia said the founders had seen huge potential for the underdeveloped Algerian startup space.

“Algeria is the biggest country in Africa. There are very important business opportunities and a big lack in business knowledge. We aim to provide young entrepreneurs with the necessary skills to build a company,” he said.

Read more at Disrupt Africa.

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