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Salma Baghdadi is a true visionary and entrepreneur who has made remarkable contributions to the startup ecosystem in Tunisia and beyond.
Her passion for innovation and unwavering dedication have left an indelible mark on the entrepreneurial landscape. Salma’s journey began as an entrepreneur, founding and leading two tech startups in Tunisia and France. Her firsthand experience as a startup founder has provided her with invaluable insights into the challenges and triumphs of building and scaling a business.
As part of Startup Tunisia, Salma plays a pivotal role in building bridges between the Tunisian startup ecosystem and international counterparts. Her tireless efforts facilitate knowledge exchange, collaboration, and the creation of meaningful partnerships.
Through her expertise and dedication, she connects Tunisian startups to global resources, networks, and opportunities, propelling them toward international success. Salma’s profound impact is felt through her involvement in designing programs that address the most urgent challenges faced by local startups. Her commitment extends to managing the Startup Act in Tunisia and collaborating on the implementation of the country’s new legal framework for startups.
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