Disrupt Africa will next month launch its first geographically-focused research publication after partnering with Egypt’s Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA).
News and research platform Disrupt Africa has built up a significant portfolio of publications, most notably the African Tech Startups Funding Report and Finnovating for Africa, previously available for sale but in recent years made available free for all via open-sourcing initiatives with various partners across the continent’s tech ecosystem.
Now, Disrupt Africa – via its Research arm – is preparing to release the “Egyptian Startup Ecosystem Report 2021”, its first country-focused publication. To do so, it has teamed up with ITIDA, which aims to develop the local Egyptian IT industry via custom-tailored programmes, policy advice and implementation, and trade promotion in regional and global markets.
Due for release in September, the report will be a deep-dive into the Egyptian startup scene, utilising Disrupt Africa’s datasets, expertise and networks to document what startups are doing what in Egypt, who is making investments, who is providing ecosystem support, and how startups from the country are expanding into the rest of Africa.
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