In pursuit of its aim to build the knowledge-based economy in Libya,
Tatweer Research partnered with MIT Enterprise Forum Pan-Arabic and
launched the Enjazi Start-up Competition, the country’s first nationwide
start-up competition that aims to foster the entrepreneurship and start-up
culture amongst the Libyan youth.

The competition has three phases, starting with
semi-finalists selection, where around 20-25 teams will
be shortlisted to receive a 5 weeks of business training
in Libya. The semi-finalist teams will be pitching on a
weekly basis to jury members who will select 10-15 finalist
teams that will qualify to phase II of the competition
that will take place in Beirut. The qualified teams
will go to Beirut for a 2-week intensive training at MIT
Enterprise Forum, where they will pitch for the top 3
spots and a chance to visit London Tech City and Cambridge
Science Park