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Mon Ingenieur Express Opens a Second Subsidiary in COTONOU

In Benin represented by Mr AGBOWAI EVARISTE DRH MEDIA AFRICA COM CARRÉ 2134 , MENONTIN, COTONOU
Tel 00229 97 76 33 16


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Mon Ingenieur Express, opens a first Subsidiary in Casablanca located at Residence Hamilton Avenue Mohamed 5 20300 Casablanca Morocco



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Presentation of the Label by the Minister of Communication Technologies "Nizar Ben Néji"


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MonIngenieur.express signs a partnership contract for incubation at Talent HUB



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Mon ingenieur express Program of the day: Unemployment and the emigration of engineers in Tunisia

Alhurra TV



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MOATEZ BEN MEDIEN, co-founder of a digital telemigration platform for Tunisian engineers: moningenieur.express

Radio RTCI FM



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Mon ingenieur express A platform to reduce the brain drain, leaving the Tunisian engineer or one with scientific competence in Tunisia and working remotely for a foreign company

DIWEN FM


    The pace of the brain drain will accelerate in the years to come, with the enormous damage it causes to the country and the economy. This phenomenon is due to the desire of people qualified and holders of higher diplomas to leave Tunisia in search of better working conditions, higher wages and an environment that recognizes their abilities.

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moningenieur.express, a new platform for Tunisian engineers

Emission #dom_tech, Jawhara FM

A team of Tunisian talents is preparing to launch a digital platform this summer to face the problems of migration of Tunisian talents.
This platform will allow the tunisian engineer looking for a job of virtual migration and work at distance.



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A Tunisian platform that limits the brain drain and provides them with remote work

Radio IFM


    The pace of the brain drain will accelerate in the years to come, with the enormous damage it causes to the country and the economy. This phenomenon is due to the desire of people qualified and holders of higher diplomas to leave Tunisia in search of better working conditions, higher wages and an environment that recognizes their abilities.

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To put an end to the Tunisian brain drain, develop a new platform specialized in virtual migration and work on after.

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A team of Tunisian talents is preparing to launch a digital platform this summer to face the problems of migration of Tunisian talents.
This platform will allow the tunisian engineer looking for a job of virtual migration and work at distance.


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Tunisia: A telemigration platform to stop the flight of engineers

The brain drain is a real scourge in Tunisia. In Davos, to take part in the work of the World Economic Forum, the head of government Najla Bouden also mentioned this problem which has considerably harmed Tunisia.

  • It's not only training that we need as developing countries but it is to retain the skills that we produce that is of crucial importance to us,” she said on May 23. last.

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A new platform specializing in virtual migration and remote work puts an end to the migration of Tunisian engineers

Since 2011, more than 100,000* competencies of various specializations (doctors, graduates of science faculties) have left Tunisia. Especially engineers). The rate of brain drain will increase in the coming years, with what it represents of grave damage to the country and the economy. This is amazing This phenomenon is due to the desire of qualified people and holders of higher degrees to leave Tunisia in search of better working conditions and wages Higher and surrounding recognize and value her abilities.

Prime Minister Naglaa Boden, during her participation in the Davos conference on May 23rd, was exposed to this The dilemma, she said, “We, as a developing country, do not need training and rehabilitation as much as we need the ability to Retaining the competencies that we build, and this matter is of great importance to us.”


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New telemigration platform says NO to the flight of Tunisian engineers

TUNIS – UNIVERSNEWS Since 2011, more than 100,000 multidisciplinary skills (doctors, scientists and above all engineers) left Tunisia. Particularly detrimental to the country, this brain drain, which will certainly increase in the years to come, can be explained by the fact that these graduates and high-level workers go in search of better working conditions, more attractive salaries and also greater acknowledgement.


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A new telemigration platform says NO to the flight of Tunisian engineers

Particularly harmful for the country, this brain drain, which will increase certainly in the years to come, is explained by the fact that these graduates and workers of high level go in search of better working conditions, higher salaries attractive and also, of greater recognition.


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A new platform to help the Tunisian engineer to migrate virtually and work remotely with remunerative wages

moningenieur.express A team of Tunisian talent is preparing this summer to launch a digital platform called To confront the problems of the migration of Tunisian talents, as this platform will enable the Tunisian engineer looking for a job to Virtual migration and remote work.
This platform will enable it to work at all times without leaving Tunisia in the form of short or long-term missions He will offer his services to French and European institutions for attractive fees (thanks to the mediation process that the platform will carry out). Focused through the system of carrying wages and ensuring their transfer) and in very comfortable working conditions.


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A digital platform will soon be launched that will enable Tunisian engineers to migrate virtually and work remotely

This platform will enable the Tunisian engineer looking for a job to migrate virtually and work remotely It will enable him to work at all times without leaving Tunisia in the form of short or long term missions and he will offer his services on French and European institutions for attractive wages (thanks to a mediation process that the platform will focus on through system of carrying wages and ensuring their transfer) and in very comfortable working conditions.


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For engineers, is it possible to work elsewhere without leaving the country?

Since 2011, Tunisia has experienced a sharp increase in brain drain. Which makes more than 100,000 multidisciplinary skills (doctors, scientists and above all engineers) left the country.
Today, the interest is to retain these skills. But we wonder if the government has dedicated a strategy to this end. It should be recalled that the head of the government Najla Bouden had announced during her speech at the Davos Forum: “It is not only training that we need as developing countries, but to retain the skills we produce, which is of crucial importance to us. »


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Peut-on dire « NON » à la fuite des ingénieurs tunisiens ?

Since 2011, more than 100,000 multidisciplinary skills (doctors, scientists and especially engineers) left Tunisia. Particularly harmful for the country, this flight of brains, which will certainly increase in the years to come, is explained by the fact that these graduates and high-level workers go in search of better working conditions work, more attractive salaries and also greater recognition. May 23 last, Nejla BOUDEN, head of the Tunisian government, had mentioned this harmful problem in Davos “It is not just training that we need as a developing country. development, but it is retaining the skills that we produce that takes on a critically important."


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A new platform specializing in virtual migration and remote work puts an end to the migration of Tunisian engineers

Aity News (Virtual Immigration) - Since 2011, more than 100,000* qualifications from various fields have left Tunisia. Specializations (doctors, graduates of science faculties, especially engineers).
The rate of brain drain will increase in the coming years, with what it represents of grave damage to the country and the economy. This is amazing This phenomenon is due to the desire of qualified people and holders of higher degrees to leave Tunisia in search of better working conditions and wages Higher and surrounding recognize and value her abilities.


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An application allowing engineers to work for foreign companies, without leave Tunisia

Every year, no less than 3,000 Tunisian engineers leave Tunisia to work in the stranger. Ease of finding a job and a motivating salary are the main reasons for their departure. A haemorrhage which Tunisia is struggling to cope with, for lack of a solution but above all of strategy, in a country where the economic crisis is in full swing.


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A new telemigration platform says NO to the flight of Tunisian engineers

more than 100,000* multidisciplinary skills (doctors, scientists and above all engineers) left Tunisia. Particularly harmful for the country, this brain drain, which will certainly increase in the years to come, is explained by the fact that these graduates and high-level workers go in search of better working conditions, more attractive remuneration and also greater recognition.


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A new platform specializing in virtual migration and remote work puts an end to the migration of Tunisian engineers

Since 2011, more than 100,000* competencies of various specializations (doctors, graduates of science faculties) have left Tunisia. especially engineers). The rate of brain drain will increase in the coming years, with what it represents of grave damage to the country and the economy. This is amazing This phenomenon is due to the desire of qualified people and holders of higher degrees to leave Tunisia in search of better working conditions and wages Higher and surroundings recognize and value their abilities.


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Telemigration to stem the flight of Tunisian engineers

Since 2011, more than 100,000* multidisciplinary skills (doctors, scientists and especially engineers) left Tunisia. Particularly harmful for the country, this brain drain, which will certainly increase in the years to come, is explained by the fact that these graduates and high-level workers go in search of better working conditions, more attractive salaries and also greater acknowledgement.


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A new telemigration platform says NO to the flight of Tunisian engineers

Particularly harmful for the country, this brain drain, which will increase certainly in the years to come, is explained by the fact that these graduates and workers of high level go in search of better working conditions, higher salaries attractive and also, of greater recognition.


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Telemigration to stem the flight of Tunisian engineers

Moatez Ben Medien, co-founder and CEO, explains that building a database quality of Tunisian engineers, from all sectors of activity, will be the first phase of the process: “This is why we invite Tunisian engineers to file their applications quickly on our platform so that we can build up a pool high-performance resources that match the needs of French companies. I remember that this registration is totally free”.


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Tunisia: A new platform says NO to the flight of engineers

Did you know that since 2011, more than 100,000 multidisciplinary skills (doctors, scientists and especially engineers) left Tunisia? Particularly detrimental to the country, this brain drain, which will certainly increase in the years to come, can be explained by the fact that these graduates and high-level workers go in search of better working conditions, more attractive salaries and also greater acknowledgement.


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Tunisia: A telemigration platform to stop the flight of engineers

The brain drain is a real scourge in Tunisia. In Davos, to take part in the work of the World Economic Forum, the head of government Najla Bouden also mentioned this problem which has considerably harmed Tunisia. “It is not just training that we need as a developing country. development, but it is retaining the skills that we produce that takes on a crucial importance,” she declared on May 23.


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A new telemigration platform says NO to the flight of Tunisian engineers

Since 2011, more than 100,000 multidisciplinary skills (doctors, scientists and especially engineers) left Tunisia. Particularly harmful for the country, this flight of brains, which will certainly increase in the years to come, is explained by the fact that these graduates and high-level workers go in search of better working conditions work, more attractive salaries and also greater recognition.


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A new telemigration platform says NO to the flight of Tunisian engineers

La Femme (telemigration platform) – Since 2011, more than 100,000* skills multidisciplinary (doctors, scientists and above all engineers) left Tunisia. Particularly harmful for the country, this brain drain, which will increase certainly in the years to come, is explained by the fact that these graduates and workers of high level go in search of better working conditions, higher salaries attractive and also, of greater recognition.


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A new telemigration platform says NO to the flight of Tunisian engineers

Since 2011, more than 100,000 multidisciplinary skills (doctors, scientists and especially engineers) left Tunisia. Particularly harmful for the country, this flight of brains, which will certainly increase in the years to come, is explained by the fact that these graduates and high-level workers go in search of better working conditions work, more attractive salaries and also greater recognition.


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A new telemigration platform says NO to the flight of Tunisian engineers

Tunisie Tribune (telemigration platform) – Since 2011, more than 100,000* skills multidisciplinary (doctors, scientists and above all engineers) left Tunisia. Particularly harmful for the country, this brain drain, which will increase certainly in the years to come, is explained by the fact that these graduates and workers of high level go in search of better working conditions, higher salaries attractive and also, of greater recognition.


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Tunisia: A new telemigration platform says NO to the flight of Tunisian engineers

A digital solution has been developed for Tunisian engineers looking for a job. This is a new platform dedicated to telemigration entitled; monengineer.express


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A new tele-migration platform against the flight of Tunisian engineers

We have been thinking about this new service for Tunisian engineers for more than a year. Because we are motivated by two ambitions: to allow the engineers of our country to be able to exercise their talent and expertise on important projects, while being remunerated to match their experience. As well as to stop this haemorrhage of "brain drain" which is very damaging for Tunisia.