After a year of roaming the world and analyzing startup ecosystems in fast growing economies, Seedstars is proud to present the grand finale of Seedstars World, the largest emerging markets startup competition.
Having roamed the world analyzing startup ecosystems across emerging economies, Seedstars is back with its annual summit, bringing over 65 startups from Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, Asia and Africa to a massive stage.
Alisée de Tonnac does development work of a different kind. With the money of the super-rich, she sets up start-ups in emerging countries - and kills two birds with one stone.
Five years ago, Alisée de Tonnac quit her job at L’Oréal and travelled the world to set up the first edition of the startup competition Seedstars World. Five years later, Seedstars is present in more than 85 cities worldwide, runs its own co-working
Over 1000 attendees from 76 nationalities joined in Lausanne, Switzerland to attend one of the hottest startup events on emerging markets.
Seedstars Summit gathered more than 1000 participants this year, but this is definitively not the most important number. Seedstars World team managed to get people from 70 countries and 5 continents to meet and share their ways to change lives of bil
دّت سيدستارز العالمية (Seedstars World)، مسابقة الشركات الناشئة العالمية في الأسواق الناشئة من تنظيم "سيدستارز"، إلى نجاح جولة عام 2017 في قمّة سيدستارز، التي استضافها مركز "سويس تك" للمؤتمرات في لوزان، سويسرا. ودعا فريق سيدستارز الفائزين المحليين إل
Asafeer Education Technologies wins the Transforming Education Prize, worth 50,000 Swiss francs, offered by TRECC. The company from Dubai provides schools with online digital resources for reading focused on enhancing literacy.
Last month we had the pleasure of interviewing Alisée de Tonnac, CEO and Co-founder of Seedstars world. Which is a global startup competition aiming to impact people lives in emerging markets through technology and entrepreneurship.
Alisée de Tonnac is co-founder and CEO of Seedstars World. The organisation, which is known mainly for its competition for start-ups from emerging countries, is now active in more than 60 countries.