ANIMA Investment Network is a multi-country cooperation platform for economic development in the Mediterranean. The ANIMA network gathers governmental and territorial agencies and actors aiming to contribute to economic development in the Mediterranean: business federations, innovation poles, investors, research institutes. The ANIMA network is operated from Marseille (France) and is chaired by Khalil Lababidi, General Manager, FIPA Tunisia. The objective of ANIMA is to contribute to a better investment and business climate and to a shared and sustainable economic development in the Mediterranean. ANIMA Investment Network aims at promoting the economies of the Mediterranean countries, to contribute and to favour networking and cooperation between economic actors from European and Mediterranean countries. To achieve that, ANIMA develops economic intelligence services on Mediterranean markets, and pilot projects aiming at promoting territories attractiveness, developing international exchanges and economic cooperation among the Euromed region.
Endeavor Egypt is leading the global movement to catalyze long-term economic growth by selecting, mentoring and accelerating the best high impact entrepreneurs around the world. Endeavor transforms emerging countries by establishing High-Impact Entrepreneurship as the leading force for sustainable economic development.
High-Impact Entrepreneurs create thriving companies that employ hundreds, even thousands of people, and generate millions in wages and revenues. And they have the power to inspire countless others as leading role models. Together, these entrepreneurs hold the key to sustained economic growth in emerging markets.
RMEI The Réseau Méditerranéen des Ecoles d’Ingénieurs (RMEI) was set up in June 1997 at the initiation of the Groupe Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Marseille (ESIM), an organisation run by the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie Marseille-Provence (CCIMP: Marseille-Provence Chamber of Commerce and Industry). Following the first General Assembly in 1997 at Sophia Antipolis (France), the RMEI has held its annual meeting successively in Barcelona (1998) , Tunis (1999), Istanbul (2000), Rabat (2001), Madrid (2002), Patras (2003), Genoa (2004), Algiers (2005), Izmir (2006), Marseille (2007),
Hammamet (2008), Rome (2009), Thessaloniki (2010), Rabat (2011) and Venice-Padua (2012).
Since 2001, the RMEI has become the network that associates the engineering schools and universities of the Community of Universities of the Mediterranean (CUM), an official UNESCO body. In 2007, the RMEI adopted a legal status under French law (association under the French law of 1901) which has given it more autonomy and which facilitates the procedures for collaboration within the framework of partnerships between active members and with associate members, local authorities and industry. The RMEI is run by a bureau with 7 members and administered by a Board of Administration with 10 members..