The first prize for the competition was won by the BBS project, which specializes in food biotechnology, especially in the processing and preservation of olives.
The second edition of the BeMor (e) Startup camp was held on 2nd to 4th. November in Oujda. It was held at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of this city in Morocco with the Moroccan Belgian-Moroccan Women's Entrepreneurship Program in 2017 – 2021, "Minajliki", APEFE in Abroad – Wallonia) and MolenGeek (Molenbeek – Belgium). During the opening weekend, this publication opened 260 people, including 24 in Belgium and 150 participants (36% women) in Oujda, but also in Brussels and Casablanca, Salé, Fez, Marrakech, Rabat, Tangier, Agadir, Khemisset, Meknes, Ben Guerir, Berkane, etc.). It caused the presentation of 36 ideas and 17 teams. Note the organizers. Seventeen of the various profiles were mentored during the 54-hour period to launch their projects and two technical mentors assisted them in creating prototypes.
The first prize for the competition was won by the BBS project, which specializes in food biotechnology, especially in the processing and preservation of olives. The other returned to the project Oujda Cake, which specializes in making pies with professional design from a mobile app. The third prize went to the Tracker Solar project, which specializes in the manufacture of sunshades (followers).
The jury's Coup de Coeur Award was awarded to Chead Chead, an application that lets you know the location of GPS buses.