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Mauritius: The high-tech incubator, Ebene Accelerator, created more than 30 jobs for ten start-up

In the wake of the project launched in mid July 2013, Ebene Accelerator, supported through a partnership between the Orange Mauritius group and the Ministry of finance and economic development and enabling young entrepreneurs start their own start-up, ten start-up have been created with more than 30 jobs to the key.

The Ebony Accelerator project to facilitate the creation of technology companies for young developers who do not have at their disposal all the tools necessary to engage in entrepreneurship.
The strategic pole of this high-tech incubator is located at Orange Tower in the heart of the Ebene cybercity and should welcome in 2014 a dozen other start-ups.
As a reminder, the rental of the premises during the first four months is free; the next four months are subsidized to the tune of 50%, or 10,000 rupees (243 Euros) per month, while the third four-month period is then fully paid by young entrepreneurs who are thus paid 20,000 rupees (486 Euros) monthly.

Fabrice François

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