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    Tunisian Startups Secure 50 Deals Through Orange Fab Accelerator Program

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    Orange Tunisia continues to actively support Tunisian startups through its comprehensive program, from guidance to acceleration, via the Orange Digital Center. This year, the 6th cohort of Orange Fab accelerator program includes 5 new accelerated Tunisian startups, bringing the total to 35 since the program’s inception and achieving 50 contracts signed since 2019. Throughout their business development journey, these startups have significantly expanded their commercial activities within just a few months. Originating from various regions in Tunisia and operating in diverse sectors, these 5 startups stand out due to their innovative solutions and high-quality technical expertise:

    Lunar TC (Sfax): Specializing in process automation with its no-code solution, Lunflow, this start-up enables rapid and efficient digitalization of various processes for businesses of all sizes and sectors, aiming to significantly boost productivity and control costs. During the business acceleration phase, Lunar TC signed a contract with Orange Tunisia to deploy Lunflow in record time.

    Kaoun (Grand Tunis): This fintech innovator offers products like Flouci, a financial super-app providing easy access to services such as money transfers and bill payments, and subscribe.tn, a platform for digital subscriptions and services like VOD and gaming. The business acceleration facilitated a strategic partnership between Kaoun and Orange Tunisia, leading to the co-creation of high-value offerings.

    Branper (Sousse): Combining Big Data and AI, Branper delivers insights from social media to analyze and predict online behavior. Their product, Sentinel, integrates data mining, NLP/NLU, and AI for monitoring e-reputation, benchmarking, sentiment analysis, and trend prediction. During the acceleration, Branper signed a contract with Orange Tunisia to utilize Sentinel for in-depth social media analysis, including Tunisian dialect nuances.

    Screenflex (Grand Tunis): This cloud-based SaaS platform simplifies the management and marketing of digital displays across various screens. It allows businesses to create, manage, and distribute personalized content remotely, optimizing marketing efforts while saving time and resources. Screenflex successfully completed a proof of concept by deploying its solution in Orange stores for optimal screen management and is now finalizing its contract.

    Iley’com (Sfax): A solidarity-driven omnichannel marketplace, Iley’com enables entrepreneurs, designers, and artisans to market their products locally and internationally with just a few clicks. Partnering with the Orange Tunisia Foundation, Iley’com trained women artisans from the Digital Houses program in e-commerce and branding, facilitating the creation of online shops and increasing access to markets. This collaboration has boosted the artisans’ incomes, enhancing their financial independence.

    Tunisian startups should stay tuned for the upcoming call for applications for the 7th season of Orange Fab Tunisia.

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