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StartUp Maroc
Last updated on 11 May 2022
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StartUp Maroc is a startup accelerator labeled by the Caisse Centrale de Garantie within the framework of the Innov Invest Fund, whose mission is to contribute to the emergence of fundable and fast-growing startups able to shape Morocco, Africa, and the World. StartUp Maroc operates in 16 cities across Morocco, supported more than 20,000 entrepreneurs in the idea phases and more than 500 entrepreneurs in different phases Proof of concept, MVP, Go to Market and marketing through training, acceleration programs, individual support, mentoring, conferences, and competitions in partnership with renowned national and international organizations; More than 100 activities organized, thousands of young people initiated into entrepreneurship, many impacted across Morocco and many startups identified, funded, and supported who have succeeded in developing their markets and raising funds. In 2019, A fintech startup accelerated and funded by StartUp Maroc through Innov Fund raised 15 million dirhams (1.5 million dollars) to expand its activities in Africa. A Healthtech startup accelerated and funded by StartUp Maroc in 2018 creates the 1st COVID 19 PCR test validated by the Moroccan and French Pasteur Institute. He launches the production of 1 million tests per month on behalf of the Moroccan Ministry of Health A logistic startup accelerated and Funded by StartUp Maroc in 2020/2021 signed the intention Letter with a Moroccan VC for 300 000 euro investment. In 2020, StartUp Maroc organized its 100th activity for the ecosystem of Moroccan and African Startups, StartUp AFRICA SUMMIT, an international event that mobilized more than 500 participants from more than 20 countries in Africa and the Euro-Mediterranean region, 60 startups, and more than 60 investors and experts to share their wealth in innovation and Africa and explore business and investment opportunities. StartUp Maroc constitutes the largest community of entrepreneurs and mentors in Morocco with more than 500 mobilized mentors (national and international and African Diaspora around the world).