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Walid Serir

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Walid is an Algerian entrepreneur, founder of a tech startup specialized in mobile apps development and digital marketing, and an occasional blogger and travel vlogger. He's currently leading initiatives to promote the entrepreneurship culture in Algeria and Africa, focusing on gender equality and women empowerment in technologies and entrepreneurship. He organized 16 events last year to help youth build their skills and launch their startups. He was chosen to speak about digital marketing and mobile apps at national and international events. His long-term goal is to make Africa the new tech and innovation hub in the world, and of course to make the world a better place.

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