AlgeriaLab

AlgeriaLab

Technology

5 December, 2018 - 8 December, 2018

Algiers - Algeria

Conference

Algeria Lab offers exhibitors the opportunity to conduct business with decision makers and industry professionals in the North African region. The event features over 300+ leading international and local companies and brands offering the latest innovations in the Medical Laboratory and In-Vitro Diagnostics sectors.

​Algeria Lab showcases products and services:

  • Accreditation Compliance
  • Analysers

  • Analytical Testing Laboratory

  • Biochemicals & Reagents

  • Blood Collection System & Equipment

  • Clinical Chemistry

  • Consumables

  • Diagnostic Instruments

  • Diagnostic Kits and Reagents

  • Hospital Lab Management Services

  • Immunoassay Systems & Tests

  • In Vitro Diagnostics

  • Laboratory Equipment & Products

  • Rapid Tests

Other Events

MEETUP in Amman

Meeting

MEETUP in Amman

Technology

12 May, 2018

Amman - Jordan

The future of work in light of digital transformation and machine learning was the topic of the meetup organized in Amman which was organized at Shams Community space in Amman

Sylabs DIASPORA TOUR

Meeting

Sylabs DIASPORA TOUR

Civic Participation

Technology

18 January, 2019

Germany

At Sylabs, we observe the evolution of the Algerian digital market for 3 years. We noticed a very quick evolution, especially during the last 18 months. Many entrepreneurs and startups are entering the Algerian digital market, by offering innovative, and most handy services and products. All these young entrepreneurs are taking the opportunity of an […]

#DAN at the re:publica

Conference

#DAN at the re:publica

Technology

2 May, 2018 - 4 May, 2018

Berlin - Germany

Our Steering Committee Member for Tunisia Amel Saidane spoke at the giz track tech for good, ”Perspectives from developing countries: It’s the End of the WORK as We Know It (and I feel fine)” and our network member Lanna Idriss spoke on women in fintech as well as on financial institutions and fintechs in Germany, the Near and Middle East Visit re:publica website