• Diaspora Summer Networking 2023: A highly successful first edition

    Birth of an alliance of Diaspora Associations Launch of the “Tunisia Global Forum”, a significant international business event to enhance Tunisia’s visibility and attractiveness. Tunis, 02 August 2023 –   Six associations of professional Tunisian diaspora, active in different countries, have decided to unite their efforts to jointly organize an unprecedented summer gathering to interconnect their […] Read More
  • TAYP retreat 2023: Bringing the community together and growing together

    BOSTON, MA – The Tunisian-American Young Professionals (TAYP) is organizing the second annual retreat on May 13th and 14th at the Wylie Center & Tupper Manor in Boston. This event will bring together accomplished professionals from various sectors to support each other and share their experiences. The program will include several workshops related to finance, […] Read More
  • TAYP members gather in Washington DC

    On Saturday June 15th, TAYP hosted a half-day event for its members, who traveled from New York, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Memphis and other regions, to join the meeting in Washington DC.  The event included a morning session with the Tunisian Minister of Commerce, Mr. Omar Behi, who chaired Tunisia’s delegation for the second session of […] Read More
  • TAYP’s participation in the second session of the United States-Tunisia Joint Economic Commission

    On Friday June 14th, 2019, TAYP representatives were invited to participate in the second Session of the Joint Economic Commission between Tunisia and the United States in Washington DC. The meeting between the two governments reviewed the existing economic partnership between the United States and Tunisia and explored areas for greater bilateral trade and investment […] Read More
  • Tunisian PM Chahed’s recent visit to the U.S

    PM Chahed’s recent visit to the U.S.  advocate against the reduction of U.S. assistance and support for Tunisia came at a critical time when the administration proposal was being debated in the hill. During his meetings with the U.S. Vice President, the Secretary of Defense, and the Secretary of Treasury, PM Chahed argued that the […] Read More
  • Sustainable Development Goals and Corporate Social Responsibility: What Framework Post Tunisia2020

    Tunisia2020 On November 29th and 30th Tunisia hosted its second international investment conference, Tunisia2020, following ‘’Invest in Tunisia- start-up democracy’’, an initiative launched in 2014 under Previous Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa’s government, in order to attract foreign investments. This year several countries ( including  the United States, France, Canada and several Gulf monarchies), international organizations […] Read More
  • TAYP partners with the Tunisian Government on the Washington DC Investment Roadshow

    Ahead of its Tunisia 2020 International Investors’ Conference to be held on 29 and 30 November 2016, Tunisia’s Minister of International Cooperation and Development Fadhel Abdelkefi and a delegation of ministerial staff arrived in Washington DC on October 5th to promote investment in Tunisia, in addition to attending the IMF and World Bank autumn meeting, […] Read More
  • “Tunisia, A Startup Democracy” @Columbia University

    Turath, a nonpartisan undergraduate student association that serves to promote Arab culture at Columbia University, invited Mehdi Jomaa, former Prime Minister of Tunisia, to deliver a talk to the broad Columbia community entitled “Tunisia: A Startup Democracy 2.0”. The talk took place in the afternoon of September 27th in a large conference room on the 5th floor […] Read More
  • TAYP Board Member and Lead Editor Sharing Tunisia New Economic Opportunities @Atlantic Council

    As published in the Atlantic Council Youssef Chahed, the Arab world’s youngest head of government and a 41-year-old PhD holder in agricultural economics, led the decentralisation program as Tunisia’s Minister of Local Affairs under the government of his predecessor, Habib Essid. This experience arms him in his new role as prime minister with an understanding […] Read More
  • Launch of Carnegie Endowment’s Report on the Tunisian Transition and a Private Sector Discussion

    On April 14 2016, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has recently launched its report on Tunisia, Between Peril and Promise: A New Partnership for Tunisia, in its Washington D.C. headquarters, featuring a discussion with Minister of Development Yassine Brahim, as well as in Tunis in the presence of Prime Minister Habib Essid. The report, […] Read More
  • The Foundation of the Tunisian-American Joint Economic Commission

    Tunisia’s economy is currently weak, coupled with a relatively volatile regional security situation and sky-high unemployment, there is much cause for worry. However, Tunisia also has a lot going for it. The country’s economic potential and geo-political relevance are inspiring the international community and investors worldwide to take a closer look, and the United States […] Read More
  • US-Tunisia Joint Economic Commission Plans

    The United States and Tunisia are hosting a Joint Economic Commission (JEC) on May 6, 2016 in Washington D.C. The JEC is an initiative derived from President Beji Caid Essebsi’s visit to Washington in May 2015. It seeks to promote sustainable economic growth and job creation in the US and Tunisia. Breakout sessions are as […] Read More