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Entrepreneurship: Bank of Africa launches its 2nd incubator for young people

In partnership with the Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences Aïn Chock Casablanca (FSJESAC), Bank of Africa recently launched its 2nd incubator, with the aim of continuing to support young project leaders.

Bank of Africa is expanding its incubator network called “BlueSpace” intended to support young entrepreneurs. Indeed, the Group inaugurated its 2nd incubator, in collaboration with the Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences Aïn Chock Casablanca (FSJESAC). This is located within the FSJESAC. The 1st is located in the premises of the Higher Institute of Commerce and Business Administration Group (ISCAE). Through this partnership, the two parties intend to support young people in their professional development, help them bring their ideas to life, facilitate their integration into the labor market and take concrete action on national issues related to youth employment.

Thus BlueSpace represents a meeting place between the academic and professional world through a reference program, which aims to develop the entrepreneurial spirit and to position itself as a key player in the development and promotion of entrepreneurship among young people. It should be noted that since its creation, the initiative has supported 120 projects, mainly in the fields of fintechs, services, engineering and territorial development. And this through various programs declined according to the objectives and levels of maturity of the project leaders, including “BlueSpace Entrepreneurship”, an awareness program on entrepreneurship and through events and meetings for students and young people in the region. As programs there are also “BlueSpace Ideation & Pre-incubation”, “BlueSpace Incubation”, “BlueSpace Network” and “BlueSpace Growth”.

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