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For the second time around, the DMZ Cairo incubator is taking applications


Applications are currently being accepted for the DMZ incubator program’s second year, which assists entrepreneurs in their early stages of development.

DMZ Cairo is opened in 2021 and will provide the next generation of tech entrepreneurs with the resources necessary to establish, launch, and expand very large businesses from the nation’s capital.

DMZ Cairo, which is situated on the campus of the University of Canada in the New Administrative Capital, is supported financially by both the Academy of Scientific Research and Technologyand National Technological Incubators program and the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology

Seven information technology companies are operating in legal, travel, health, e-commerce verticals, advertising, and construction, participating in the incubator’s inaugural cycle, which will continue indefinitely.

According to the information provided by the incubator, it provides a high-impact, high-intensity, and highly personalized curriculum along with fully – equipped workspaces, customized support from dedicated program leads, and high-level networking opportunities as well as the opportunity for peer-to-peer sessions, mentors,expert-led workshops, the opportunity to network, and access to the North American startup ecosystem are all provided through this program.

At the first DMZ Cairo demo day, which will take place in September, presentations from the startups listed below are scheduled to take place.

  • Contrato
  • Pharmacy
  • Let’s
  • Boards
  • Inks on Things
  • ElMoqawel
  • ERIN

The submission period for the second round of applications is already open and will remain open until September 29. The program will kick off in November 




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