Junior Companies

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Company Program ends with a series of competitions involving all micro-enterprises created through this program in the presence of personalities from the business and educational worlds: semifinal at the local level, final at the national level, regional competition, bringing together the best junior enterprises of the 13 Arab countries participating in Company Program.

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  • Prize of the Best Social Company special SNCF

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    INJAZ Al-Maghrib and the SNCF Foundation signed a partnership agreement for the promotion of citizenship among youth. With the support of the SNCF Foundation, INJAZ Al-Maghrib will deploy in 2016/2017 the Company Program, adapted to citizenship to the profit of 3 600 youth of rural areas in Tangier, Kenitra and Rabat.

    In this context, the Junior Companies will compete to the prize of the Best Social Junior Company special SNCF.

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  • 2016 AWARDS

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    AWARD OF THE BEST HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR COMPANY 

    The prize of the Best High school Junior Company was awarded to TANGD from the  technical high school of Fez, supervised by Mr. Lahlou and Mr. Tahiri from ONEE and by professor Mr. Fares – generator that converts energy of a thermal source, mainly fire, into electrical energy

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    AWARD OF THE UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR COMPANY 

    The prize of the Best University Junior Company was awarded to ECO OUIFIA from the Faculty of Sciences of El Jadida, supervised by Mr. Haddar from OCP and professor Mrs. Bakasse – recycling waste paper, sawdust and marine solid waste to make briquettes “bio fuels” that replace wood.

    14352426_1243671735653299_5000634607060473241_oAWARD OF THE SOCIAL JUNIOR COMPANY – MEPI

    The prize of the Best Social Junior Company – MEPI was awarded to DIABFOOD from Ibn Al Haytham high-school of Kenitra, supervised by Mr. Lamzouri – delivery of meals recommended by physicians and prepared by associations specifically for diabetics.

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    AWARD OF THE PUBLIC CHOICE – ROYAL AIR MAROC 

    The price of the Public Choice – Royal Air Maroc was awarded to BAG4U from Aljadida high-school of Nador, supervised by Mr. Ajjaji from Attijariwafa bank and professor Mr. Ajaoun – hooded schoolbags manufacturing for all categories

    From september 7th to 17th,  2016, the public was invited to express their preference by voting on social networks (Facebook, Twitter and Google+) for electing the Junior Company of their choice. Almost 30 000 people voted. The online voting site was created by a young start-up of the Smart Start program : Atlassia

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    INNOVATION AWARD – BOEING  

    The Innovation prize – Boeing was awarded to WET from ENSA of Marrakech, supervised  by Mr. Frej and Mr. Hamidi from Managem – design and marketing of intelligent watering

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    I-TECH AWARD – INWI

    The i-Tech prize – INWI was awarded to FINE BUS from Zerktouni high-school of Agadir, supervised by Mr. El Yousoufi of Inwi and professor Mr. Makroum – designing an application location of bus stops for passengers.

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  • 2015 AWARDS

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    AWARDS OF THE 2015 MENA COMPETITION

     

    USE FORFAIT from Morocco won University Company of the Year

     

    USEFORFAIT, represented by Ismail Bougaillou, Rime Bakhir and Azelmat Mayssae, students at the Faculty of Economics of Rabat and supervised by Mrs Narjiss ZERHOUNI from Bee-Agency, won the award of the 2015 Best Junior Arab Company for the creation of a platform allowing to convert minutes or hours not consumed of a phone plan into vouchers or into donations to the benefit of associations.

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    ELECTRONIC COMPANY represented by Imane Hmiddou, Adil Bouhlassa and Ouassim Benchekroun, students from Moulay Youssef high-school of Rabat and supervised by Mrs Hasna OUTLA and Mr Amine Zehraoui from the Exchange Office, won the Award of the Most Innovative product for the conception of a charger incorporating three different power sources ( electric, solar and mechanical).

    WINNERS OF THE 2015 NATIONAL COMPETITION

    PRIZE OF THE BEST YOUNG 2015 HIGH-SCHOOL COMPANY

    The award of the Best Young high-school 2015 company is ELECTRONIC COMPANY from Moulay Youssef high-school of Rabat, supervised by Ms OUTLA and M.r ZAHRAOUI. ELECTRONIC COMPANY designs a charger that incorporats three different power sources: 2 renewable and and 1 electric.

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    PRIZE OF THE BEST YOUNG 2015 UNIVERSITY COMPANY 

    The award of the Best Young 2015 university company is USEFORFAIT from theEconomics, Law and Social Faculty of  Souissi, supervised by Ms. ZERHOUNI. USEFORFAIT is a platform that convert non-consumed minutes or hours of a phone plan with vouchers.

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    PRIZE OF THE 2015 SPECIAL MOBILITY OF THE SNCF FOUNDATION

    The special mobility prize of the SNCF Foundation was awarded to GUARD MY RIDE of Mohammed V University , supervised by Mrrs MANNI and  Mr. EL JAZOULI. GUARD MY RIDE is a detector of any type of movement or displacement of a car.

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    PRIZE OF THE FAVORITE PUBLIC PROJECT 

    The favorite public project was awarded to AMIS CREATEURS from Torres High School of Tangier, supervised by Ms. ZIDA of the Delegation of Trade and Industry. AMIS CREATEURS transforms the mechanical energy into electrical energy using a bicycle.

  • 2014 AWARDS

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    2014 MENA COMPETITION

    Every year, the winners of the National Company Program Competition go on to participate in the regional competition organised by an INJAZ Al-Arab member country which brings together winners of all national competitions. The 2014 edition of the MENA competition was held in Kuwait from December 1st to the 4th 2014. Morocco was represented by two junior companies, Recycle Coffeee and Restyve.

    AND THE WINNER IS…

    In front of a panel of judges from the corporate world and a large audience who had come to cheer them on, Recycle Coffee and Restyve, representing Morocco, competed n the high school and university categories at the MENA competiton for best junior company 2014. 18 teams from 13 MENA countries competed this year.

    Wa warmly congratulate the recycle coffee team for winning the 2014 innovation award. We also congratulate the volunteers, Alcatel-lucent executives,  Mr Benyahia and Mr Zalagh and their supervising teacher, Ms Najmedinne.

    A special mention must be made to the Boston Consulting Group which provided coaching and helped these youngsters prepare their presentations.

    2014 NATIONAL COMPETITION

    Award for Best Junior Company – High School

    This prize was awarded to RECYCLE COFFEE of the Omar Al Khayam high school of Rabat supervised by the professor Malika Najmedinne and the volunteers Mr Benyahia and Zalagh from Alcatel-Lucent.

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    Award for Best Junior Company – University

    This prize was awarded to RESTYVE of the Faculty of the Legal, Economic and Social Sciences of Rabat, supervised by the professor Dinia and the volunteer Meftaha Slaoui of CDG Capital.

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    Award for the Most innovative Product

    This prize was awarded to TAJELEC of ENSA of Safi supervised by the professors Elghouat and Touriki and by the volunteer of the ACO, M. AIT ELMOUDDENE, Agouzoul, Badi and Anaynaa.

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    Judge’s special award

    This prize was awarded to AB KIOSQUE of the Miason des Jeunes El Borouj supervised by Mrs. Martha Fedorowicz from Peace Corps and Nabila Achaaloune from BMCE.

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    SNCF Foundation Award

     

    SNCF foundation and INJAZ Al-Maghrib awarded for the 2nd consecutive year two Mobility Prizes to recognise young entrepreneurs who had set up a Junior company around the mobility them.The panel of judges included  Mr Richard Ramon, Manager of the SNCF Foundation, Mr Jaouad Tahiri, Vice-chairman of Axa Morocco, Mr Ali Zerouali, CEO of MCS and Ms Nadège Lucchetti, Programs manager of ONA University.

    The SNCF foundation’s mobility award was presented to INNOVLIFE, set up by students from Hassan II high-school in Tangier, supervised by Mr Mohamed Allal of Novec and Professor Mr Boudhir Anouar Abdelhakim.

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    The Judges’ special mobility award was presented to  HANDI SMILE founded by students from Abidar Al Ghiffari high school in Rabat, supervised by Mr Rachid Bouzghiba from Novec.

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    Download here the le Junior Companies Catalog