Tunisian ed-tech startup GoMyCode launches in its eighth international market

SENEGAL – GoMyCode, a Tunisian ed-tech startup, has opened a new hackerspace in Dakar, Senegal, its eighth international market. The startup recently opened its doors in Paris (France) and also has presence in Algiers (Algeria), Casablanca (Morocco), Cairo (Egypt), Manama (Bahrain), Lagos (Nigeria) and Abidjan (Ivory Coast) Launched in 2017 by Yahya and Amine Bouhlel, GoMyCode wants to be the school of the 21st century providing training in web development, web development, video game development, Artificial Intelligence, Data science, UX Design, or even Business Intelligence intended for everyone despite thier…

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Edtech startup GoMyCode expands to Morocco months after pre-series A fundraising

MOROCCO – GoMyCode, a Tunisian edtech startup, is expanding to Morocco through a new Hackerspace in the Kingdom, with the aim of expanding the Gomycode community throughout the MENA region and in Africa This presence in Morocco comes as part of the startup’s expansion process towards Africa, thanks to a fundraising of US$850,000, in pre-series A, with a view to continuing its geographic expansion and strengthening its technological education platform. This comes months after it launched a station in Paris, Bahrain and Algeria. “We have the same challenges in Tunisia…

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