CEED (Center for Entrepreneurship and Executive Development) Tunisia is a member of the international network of CEED, a US non-governmental organization that supports entrepreneurs in developing their businesses in emerging markets.
CEED Tunisia was created in 2014 by the founding members: the president Mrs. Aouatef Elloumi el Ghoul, by the vice-president Mrs. Abir Matmati and by the treasurer Mrs. Jihene ben Fadhel and profited from the Small Business Fund ( SEAF) as well as the USAID Fund.
CEED Tunisia is part of a large international network of exploitation and entrepreneurship in the world. Its mission is to provide entrepreneurs with the know-how and networks they need to accelerate the growth of their businesses and to promote a general entrepreneurial culture.
With over 20 years of experience in SME investing, +500 SME investments and 1000 technical assistance interventions in frontier and emerging market SMEs, SEAF is intimately aware of the challenges faced by entrepreneurs in the management of their businesses.
SEAF (Small Enterprise Assistance Fund) was dedicated to promoting the CEED model in the world. After having helped with the launching of the CEED in Eastern Europe, it turned to Africa. It, then helped to launch the CEED Morocco and then the CEED Tunisia and continues to do its mission in other countries such as Tanzania.
Aouatef Elloumi El Ghoul
Member founder of CEED Tunisia
Aouatef Elloumi el Ghoul was the member founder of CEED Tunisia between 2014…