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Tunisia is located on the confluence of the Mediterranean’s eastern and western basin 140 km from Europe. In the north and on the east coast, Tunisia has a Mediterranean climate...

Tunisia is located on the confluence of the Mediterranean’s eastern and western basin 140 km from Europe. In the north and on the east coast, Tunisia has a Mediterranean climate while inland and in the south it has a semi-arid climate.

Tunisia enjoys a privileged geographical position which makes it a regional hub for investment as well as for trade and production. The Tunisian economy, among the most competitive economies in Africa and the Arab world. Tunisia’s favourable business competitiveness is substantiated by its high level of education, sound macroeconomic management and the quality of its public institutions. Currently over 4,000 foreign companies are established in Tunisia, with foreign investment topping 3361.30TND in 2018.

Tunisia holds free trade agreements with Turkey, EFTA, Jodran, Morroco among others. It is first in the world for date exports and the second biggest exporter of olive oil in the world after the European Union. Tunisia boasts several centres of expertise for international companies such as Siemens, Zodiac equipment, Sagem to name a few. As the 7th largest producer in the world of phosphates, about 12 million tons of goods composed of phosphate, as well as, building materials, building materials, food products, iron ore, zinc and lead are exported annually.

Tunisia has been the cradle of great civilisations since antiquity. At the centre of the Carthaginian Empire, Tunisia was shaped by the Berber, Phoenician, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Turkish and French cultures through the generations. Tunisia is a peaceful nation with people well known for their hospitable, tolerance nature with an abundant zest for life!

Tunisia boasts a heritage rich in archaeology, abundant in treasures from the past including well preserved sites such as the world heritage site, the Great Mosque of Kairouan. Tunisia is host to many international festivals such as Sahara Festival in Douz, the International Festival of Symphonic Music at the El Jem Coliseum, and the Carthage Film Festival. Tunisia is an important MICE destination connecting its thousand years of history, gorgeous Mediterranean beaches, top level of corporate meeting facilities and services. Tunisia boasts a fabulous climate well suited to enjoying all the delights of its coastal Mediterranean towns like Djerba, Hammamet, Sousse or Monastir.

But its not all sandy beaches and sunshine. Most tourist visit Tunisia for its wealth of well-preserved historical sites like the famous Zitouna Mosque in Tunis, El Jem Amphitheatre, UNESCO World Heritage site of Dougga, the ancient city of Carthage, Sousse Medina and, for something slightly out of the ordinary why not visit Matmata, in southern Tunisia home of a Star Wars set! With world class service, conference venues and hotels, it’s no wonder, Tunisia remains a key destination for Meetings, Incentives, Events and Team Building.

Catalyst Team building is represented in Tunisia by Agence Synergy. Exceeding client’s expectations is the claim of Agence Synergy, and its international team of industry experts is looking forward to providing you with an unforgettable experience when experiencing meetings and incentive events and team building programs in the historic North African Mediterranean hub of Tunisia.