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First Policy Lab THE NEXT SOCIETY: Amel Saidane’s contribution, President of Tunisian Startups

On 29 June 2020, THE NEXT SOCIETY organised “Unravel the Tunisian Startup Act: Impact, challenges and lessons for the region”, first Policy Lab of the initiative which addressed the experience of the Tunisian Start-up Act, the first legislation of its kind in Africa approved by the Tunisian Parliament back in 2018, which paved the way for the country to become a start-up nation and a digital hub in the region.

06 | 08 | 2020

Dr. Mohab Anis, CEO of INNOVETY - THE NEXT SOCIETY video
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THE NEXT SOCIETY - 29 actionable recommendations to boost the technology transfer in Lebanon (short version)

THE NEXT SOCIETY developed a technical assistance mission in Lebanon supported by Berytech, THE NEXT SOCIETY Lebanon’s exclusive partner, in order to establish a solid technology transfer process at Lebanese universities and give researchers the knowledge and tools to innovate and commercialize their research. 

10 | 07 | 2020

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29 actionable recommendations to boost the technology transfer in Lebanon

Berytech, through THE NEXT SOCIETY Advocacy Panel, has been leading on setting a national innovation strategy for Lebanon since 2017, as part of THE NEXT SOCIETY action plan. The final report proposes a roadmap of 29 actionable recommendations for universities and other key ecosystem players to boost the technology transfer dynamics in Lebanon. It defines a financing mechanism and a reward system in order to incentivize researchers in Lebanon to develop projects with a commercialization potential.

13 | 05 | 2020

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THE NEXT SOCIETY - 29 actionable recommendations to boost the technology transfer in Lebanon (full version)

Berytech, through THE NEXT SOCIETY Advocacy Panel, has been leading on setting a national innovation strategy for Lebanon since 2017, as part of THE NEXT SOCIETY action plan. The final report proposes a roadmap of 29 actionable recommendations for universities and other key ecosystem players to boost the technology transfer dynamics in Lebanon. It defines a financing mechanism and a reward system in order to incentivize researchers in Lebanon to develop projects with a commercialization potential.

13 | 05 | 2020

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SBAT – West Bank & Gaza

Kedge Business School, in the framework of the Observatory on practices of entrepreneurs and enterprises, developed for THE NEXT SOCIETY the Small Business Assessment Tool (SBAT).

This tool allows to position any firm in relation to a reference group considering several criteria such as financing, innovation or Internationalisation. Take a look at some key figures for companies from West Bank & Gaza!

05 | 05 | 2020

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SBAT – Tunisia

Kedge Business School, in the framework of the Observatory on practices of entrepreneurs and enterprises, developed for THE NEXT SOCIETY the Small Business Assessment Tool (SBAT).

This tool allows to position any firm in relation to a reference group considering several criteria such as financing, innovation or Internationalisation. Take a look at some key figures for Tunisian companies!

05 | 05 | 2020

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SBAT – Morocco

Kedge Business School, in the framework of the Observatory on practices of entrepreneurs and enterprises, developed for THE NEXT SOCIETY the Small Business Assessment Tool (SBAT).

This tool allows to position any firm in relation to a reference group considering several criteria such as financing, innovation or Internationalisation. Take a look at some key figures for Moroccan companies!

05 | 05 | 2020

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SBAT – Lebanon

Kedge Business School, in the framework of the Observatory on practices of entrepreneurs and enterprises, developed for THE NEXT SOCIETY the Small Business Assessment Tool (SBAT).

This tool allows to position any firm in relation to a reference group considering several criteria such as financing, innovation or Internationalisation. Take a look at some key figures for Lebanese companies!

05 | 05 | 2020

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SBAT – Jordan

Kedge Business School, in the framework of the Observatory on practices of entrepreneurs and enterprises, developed for THE NEXT SOCIETY the Small Business Assessment Tool (SBAT).

This tool allows to position any firm in relation to a reference group considering several criteria such as financing, innovation or Internationalisation. Take a look at some key figures for Jordanian companies!

05 | 05 | 2020