Gitex Africa: Tamwilcom, Epson Team up to Support Startups

Casablanca - Tamwilcom and Epson inked, Friday in Marrakech, a partnership agreement aimed at improving the access to cutting-edge technologies for Moroccan startups and supporting their development. Signed by the Managing Director of Tamwilcom, Hicham Zanati Serghini, and the Managing Director of Epson for French Africa and DomCom, Ilias Azzaoui, on the sidelines of the 2nd edition of Gitex Africa, this agreement seeks to enable startups to benefit from the necessary tools to innovate and position themselves in a transforming digital environment. Through this collaboration, Epson makes its advanced technological solutions available to strengthen the capacities of young companies supported by the Innov Invest Fund. Epson will provide startups with cutting-edge products dedicated to printing, scanning and projection, in addition to training and technical support in order to help them in the launch of their projects in the best possible conditions. "This partnership creates new synergies between the private and the public sectors, with the aim of contributing to Moroccan entrepreneurial dynamics. And we are delighted to join forces with Epson, a world leader in cutting-edge technology, to offer our startups supported within the framework of the Innov Invest Fund the means to speed up their development," said Mr. Serghini during the signing ceremony. For his part, Mr. Azzaoui stressed that this strategic partnership marks the beginning of a fruitful collaboration with the objective of fully supporting the most innovative startups in the Tamwilcom portfolio. "Tamwilcom stands out as the ideal partner for us. It is a major player that strengthens and stimulates the innovative entrepreneurial ecosystem in Morocco," he pointed out, adding that Epson's objective is to offer solutions that will allow startups to gain efficiency and competitiveness while respecting the principles of sustainability. Held under the High Patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Gitex Africa has featured over 1,500 exhibitors represent ing more than 130 countries. Initiated by Kaoun International, the international subsidiary of Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), and supported by the Digital Development Agency under the authority of the ministry of Digital Transition and Administration Reform, the exhibition is the largest tech and start-up show in Africa. Source: Agence Marocaine De Presse