Palestinian entrepreneur and CBCMED grant winner talks about U-SOLVE project

U-SOLVE partner in Palestine; Palestine Ahliya University, shares the story of Emad Ammouri, a Palestinian entrepreneur and the winner of an ENPI CBC Med Programme grant through the Netkite project in 2015.

Emad encourages entrepreneurs in the creative cultural sector to join U-SOLVE project and benfit from its support

If you are an entrepreneur, a startupper, an individual or a team wishing to start a business, and you have an idea or project that can meet the challenges of sustainable urban development in cities, apply for U-SOLVE call. The opportunity is open until 31st October 2022 (deadline extended) to anyone who can engage the creative and cultural sectors in the creation and implementation of business projects that generate crucial impact.

You can apply here