The first prize of this competition was won by the BBS project, a company specializing in food biotechnology, particularly in the processing and protection of biotechnology.
The second edition of the BeMor (e) Starter Camp was held from 2 to 4 November in Oujda. It was organized by StartUp Morocco at the Faculty of Science of this city as a partner to the Belgium-Moroccan support program for supporting the Women Entrepreneurship of "Minajliki" by APEFE in 2017-2021. education and training abroad – Wallonia) and MolenGeek (Molenbeek – study area in Belgium). During this weekend, 24 entrepreneurs from Belgium and 150 exhibitors from the Oujda region (36% of women) and also other parts of Brussels and Morocco (Casablanca, Salé, Fez, Marrakech, Rabat, Tangier, Agadir, Khemisset, Meknes, Ben Guerir, Berkane …). The presentation of 36 ideas and the creation of 17 teams resulted in the attention of the organizers. Seventeen counselors of different profiles, accompanied their team for 54 hours, to carry out their initial projects, and the two technical consultants helped them to build their prototypes.
The first prize of this competition was won by the BBS project, a company specializing in food biotechnology, particularly in the processing and protection of biotechnology. Second, he returned to the project Oujda Cake, who specializes in making pies with a professional design from a mobile application. The third award went to the Tracker Solar project, a start-up that specializes in the production of solar followers (followers).
The Jury's Coup de Coeur award was given to Chead Chead, an application that lets you know the location of GPS buses.