TuniLab wins a grant from the African Diaspora Marketplace II
Tunilab Business solutions is part of a group of 17 winners among 500 applicants in Africa that received a grant award from the African Diaspora Market Place (ADM) in June 2012.
ADM is a competitive entrepreneurial business program that encourages sustainable economic growth and employment by supporting U.S.-based African Diaspora and other entrepreneurs with demonstrated relevant connections to, or experience in, Africa with innovative and high-impact ideas for start-up and established businesses in Africa.
Tunilab is a legal technology service and business solutions company catering primarily to lawyers, courts and government agencies in Tunisia and other North African countries. TuniLab helps law offices and businesses around the North African region to move toward a paper free environment that offers more document security, reliability and cost efficiency. Tunilab is developing a record management system that can provide a platform to lawyers to better manage their cases. Tunilab’s main mission is to build a legal technology consulting group that will help modernize the legal and judiciary system in Tunisia. Tunilab is led by its CEO and founder Mohamed Bouras, a TAYP founding member. For more info about Tunilab visit www.tunilab.com