The first prize of this competition was won by the BBS project, which specializes in food biotechnology, specifically in the processing and preservation of olives.
The second edition of the beMor (e) Startup Camp was held from 2 to 4 November in Oujda. It was organized at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of this city, which launched Morocco in partnership with the Belgian-Moroccan Women's Entrepreneurship Support Program in Morocco from 2017 to 2021 "Minajliki" APEFE (Association for Support to Education and Training Abroad – Wallonia) and MolenGeek work area in Molenbeek – Belgium). During the weekend, this edition attracted 260 people to the opening ceremony, including 24 Belgian businessmen and 150 participants (36% women) from the Oujda region, as well as Brussels and other regions of Morocco (Casablanca, Salé, Fez, Marrakech, Rabat, Khemisset, Meknes, Ben Guerir, Berkans …). The result was the introduction of 36 ideas and the creation of 17 teams, the organizers noted. Seventeen mentors of various profiles were accompanying the teams within 54 hours to carry out their launch project, and two technical mentors helped them in prototyping.
The first prize of this competition was won by the BBS project, which specializes in food biotechnology, specifically in the processing and preservation of olives. The second has returned to the Oujda Cake project, a startup specializing in the manufacture of cakes with professional design from a mobile application. The third prize was awarded to Tracker Solar, a startup specializing in the production of solar trackers.
The award of the Coup de Coeur jury was awarded by Chead Chead, an application that lets you know the location of GPS buses.