Three Tunisian Start-ups Successfully Complete the Endeavor Scale-up Program

Within the framework of the U.S. funded Promise Tunisia project, Endeavor’s Scale-up program was launched on March 19 to support emerging Tunisian entrepreneurs. The program offered a combination of group and individual sessions to help entrepreneurs clarify their vision and strategy and strengthen their fundraising capabilities. During the five-month program, the entrepreneurs benefited from 46 hours of one-on-one mentoring and 60 hours of coaching focused on fundraising. The three founders who went through the end of the program are Ameni Mansouri (Dabchy), Anis Kallel (Kaoun), and Malik Nouira (Prefabulous). The three entrepreneurs will also get the opportunity to observe an Endeavor international selection panel for additional international exposure.

Dabchy is an online Fashion Marketplace to buy and sell new or used items easily. It guarantees the transaction and door-to-door delivery and offers a 24hrs free return service. Dabchy has the largest online catalogue in Tunisia and a very active user community. Link:

Kaoun is a company that tackles the issue of accessibility to essential financial and government services through its identification service (eKYC) for remote access services that require strong authentication, especially for unbanked and underserved people. Link:

Prefabulous builds modular wood construction systems that offer a large variety of products from prefabricated houses to A-frame glamping pods that are sturdy, customizable, and can be installed very quickly. The company aims to provide an affordable, ecological, and evolutive way of living for their customers. Link: