The winner of this competition was the BBS Project, a food and biotechnology venture company, especially Olive Processing and Preservation.
The second edition of BeMor (e) Startup Camp was held from November 2nd to 4th in Uzda. It is a partnership between APEFE's "Minajliki" (Overseas Education and Training – Wallonia) and MolenGeek (Molenbeek, Belgium) in partnership with the Belgian Morocco program to support female entrepreneurship in Morocco from 2017 to 2021 at the Faculty of Science in the city by Startup Morocco Workspace). This weekend we recruited 260 people from Brussels and Belgium, including 24 entrepreneurs from Belgium and 150 participants from Oujda (36% women) and recruited 260 people. Other areas of Morocco (Casablanca, Saleh, Fez, Marrakech, Rabat, Tanger, Agadir, Chemiset, Meknes, Ben Gehrl, Burkina …). We present 36 ideas and 17 teams to let the organizer know. Seventeen mentors of the team followed the team for 54 hours to realize the project, and two technical mentors helped prototypes.
The winner of this competition was the BBS Project, a food and biotechnology venture company, especially Olive Processing and Preservation. The second project came back to the Oujda Cake project, a specialist in making pies with professional design in mobile applications. The third prize was awarded to the Tracker Solar Project, a company specializing in the manufacture of solar trackers (followers).
The judges' coupe de jure award was presented to Chead Chead. Chead Chead is an application that allows you to know the location of the GPS bus.