TUNISIA, Among the most competitive Hubs in EMEA
“Today, we should all stand in solidarity with this initiative, Smart Tunisia, which tries to bring together digital players in Tunisia. I am Tunisian at heart, I must be, and I will continue to be. We will continue to support this business climate in Tunisia. CEO of NUMERYX”
Mondher Ayadi, CEO of NUMERYX
“I firmly believe that Djerba could become like Singapore. Tunisia has all the social indicators to be a technological pole: education, health, quality of life, talented human resources in the ICT sector, personal security and good housing”.
Adel Torjmen, DG de FIS
“I think that nowadays, the evolution of European legislation and regulations in terms of data security, opens up great growth prospects for Tunisia and for the whole EMEA region. Moreover, I personally believe in the human being and all its assets. Thus, to achieve a change we have to go and seek it, rather than wait for the opportunity to present itself”
Sonia Khachlouf, DG d’ADP Tunisie
“Do not deprive yourself of being intelligent by using the tunisian platform, you need to be smart, and continue to be so. Smart Tunisia is here to help you remain smart, I think that Tunisia really offers the smart spirit and the smart environmeAnt.”
Neila Benzina, CEO Wimbee
“Tunisia has always been a land of entrepreneurship and prosperity since history. All technological companies, based like us, have seen themselves develop with double-digit growth in the recent years. “
Walid ROUIS, CEO of ACTIA Engineering Services
“The digital sector in Tunisia is for me, a very promising sector, in particular thanks to the big number of engineering schools that existing in the country, technological parks that allow companies to set up very quickly and the research laboratories that exist in the country , making it possible to obtain optimum installation conditions, in particular in terms of fibers and technological means.”
Christian Jannot, Director of Sagemcom Software & technology
” For us, the process is clear. Tunisia is a country which allows and offers a great number of possibilities. First, the talents and diversity of Tunisian talents: engineers, technicians are rather very well trained and are ready to take up the challenges represented by IT development, commercial know-how in the cultural environment of the Africa-Middle East region. Tunisia is a prime place for this.”
Rudolph Cerqueira, AOS Tunisia Managing Director
“We decided to invest in Tunisia first for the quality of the talents, for the availability of engineers and their quality and especially their spirit of commitment and their dedication to the work not only as engineers in the IT field Tunisia is known for a long time in this field but especially in other fields where Tunisia is not necessarily well known such as: mechanical engineering, automatic engineering where Tunisia harbors extremely motivated and dynamic women and men, which means that today we are able to develop these industry 4.0 “
Imed Ayadi, CEO Addixo
“Smart Tunisia is a national initiative, a national program which aims to promote investment in digital technology in Tunisia.
The goal is to make Tunisia a destination for digital investment, whether nationally or internationally.
Creating jobs, creating businesses, innovating in Tunisia, that represents the main objective of the Smart Tunisia program.”