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  • At CEBIT 2013 – Hanover‘New Tunisia- New Opportunities’ Offshoring Opportunities… Boost YOUR EFFICIENCY… Ms. Neziha BERZOUGA Offshoring Promotion Dept. Head Foreign Investment Promotion Agency « FIPA- TUNISIA » March , 7th, 2013 Germany
  •  Post-Revolution Tunisia‘s Assets ?  New Assets :Democracy : Transparency – Plurality- …  Existing Assets (Strategic Position- Educated Talent Pool- World Class Infrastructure…) A Competitive Offshoring Location  Competitive Operating Costs Development Perspectives:  An Ambitious Development Strategy  A dynamic German-Tunisian Cooperation in the IT field
  • BPO ITO Voice R&D/KnowledgeBPO Data
  • Free Trade Agreement Arab- with EUMediterranean A Free Trade greement Agreement AGADIR with Turkey Land connections with our immediate neighbors Free trade area between the border regions with Algeria and libya Daily air connections to European capitals Daily shipping links with the main European ports
  • 1st in Africa Use of social NetworksThe Global Information Technology Report *19 °6.1 April 2012 NRI 142 Innovation countries Capacity *50 °4.1 *44 °3.4 Quality of the Education System *41 °4.3 Importance of ICT in the ICT Priorisation by the Availibility of the latest State’s Vision Government technologies *25 °4.6 *21 °5,4 *57 °5,3 « The Global Information Technology *Ranking Report » - April 2012 ° Score
  • Tunisia Assets: 97% of youth enrollment Quality of the Education System 1 = very weak – 7= very strong 365 000 students, 61% of whom are girls 70000 new graduates /year 33% of students are oriented towards computer science. Quality of Mathematics and Science 30 R&D centers and 28 000 1 = very weak – 7= Excellent *- Among the best in the world researchers National program to increase the engineering pool by raising the number of engineers to 9000 in the 2014 - 2015 academic year
  • Tunisia Assets : Available IT Pool at European Level TalentInnovation Capacity Over 50000 students on ICT1= very week ; 7 = very strong courses on University; about 14% Over 13 000 IT graduates a year Over 200 ICT university courses Less More than than A Young 25 25 Population years years 52 % 48 %
  • Costs including incentives Costs excluding incentivesUSD thousand p.a, 2010 Data Voice R&D / Knowledge IT India 14.2 15.6 23.1 22.0 Bench- mark Philippines 14.5 16.4 21.7 22.7 Czech Republic 39.7 47.7 71.8 62.7 Eastern Romania 19.2 24.5 39.0 34.1 Europe Poland 30.1 33.4 44.5 39.3 Morocco 26.7 31.9 54.5 47.2 North Egypt 18.0 21.3 34.0 30.9 Africa Tunisia 18.5 20.9 19.2 21.7 31.2 35.2 29.1 32.9 Total cost (including full payroll costs, telecoms, real estate etc.) SOURCE: Watson Wyatt Report, interviews, telecoms and internet operators
  • Inauguration of SOFRECOM Tunisia, Group France Telecom Jobs /90% IngineersSource : http://www.webmanagercenter.com/actualite/technologie/2012/10/11/125935/tic-inauguration-de-sofrecom-tunisie-filiale-du-groupe-france-telecom
  • Tunisia Assets: A World Class Unfrustructure Secured and divesified international connections. Different unerwater fibre cables connecting Tunisia to Europe, Asia, Middle East and America Quality of Infrustructrue 10 existing poles of competitiveness and 6,2 1 : underdeveloped 14 planned 5,6 7 : efficient 5,3 5,0 4,3 About one hundred industrial zones throughout the 4,0 3,9 Tunisian territory and two operational business parks 9 airports and 7 commercial seaports Service infrastructure at competitive rental costs Allemagne R.Tchèque Turquie Tunisie Maroc Italie Egypte
  • USD p.a, 2010 150 220 270 270 320 200 260 110 The cheapest real estate prices of all benchmark, Eastern European and North African countries SOURCE: Interviews, Ministry of Industry & Technoilogy
  • Significant investment incentives •10 years exemption of income tax • Multiple tax incentives for exports and regional development • Investment premium for industrial projects in areas of regional • development and for tourism and agricultural projects • State subsidy for employers’ contributions in areas of regional • development • State subsidy for infrastructure expenditure in areas of regional • development Supporting Agencies to ServeA favorable regulatory framework Investors • Investment freedom Agency for the Promotion of Industry and Innovation • Intellectual property protection 5.5 • Flexibility in recruitment procedures Foreign Investment Promotion AgencySupport framework • Free transfer of profits, capital and capital gains and incentives • Simplified procedures of business creation within a one-stop window The Export Promotion Center • Advantages for import and export
  • ON WHOM YOU CAN RELY…
  • Partnership for the German- Tunisan Transition « Since we are Neighbors, Germany is committed to accompany the good development of Tunisia» The Chancellor Ms.Angela Merkel www. ALLEMAGNEPARTENAIRE.TN
  • 22-01-2012 Tunisia : Microsoft launched hisICT Center of Educative Excellence
  • IN OUR NEWwww.investintunisia.tn