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Meet Abdellah Mallek; Algerian Entrepreneur, Technologist and Founder of Sylabs




Abdellah Mallek is the founder of Sylabs, a tech and entrepreneurship hub in Algiers, and works on empowering young Algerians who want to start their own businesses or gain new skills. 

Abdellah Mallek is passionate about entrepreneurship and everything digital and works on projects to develop the startup mindest in Algeria. 

He cofounded Startup Weekend Algiers and BeMyApp Algeria and has a master in Mathematics applied to management and finance. 

Over the last three years, Sylabs helped numerous small businesses to start or grow their activities, and gathered a community of thousands people sharing the same passion for tech, digital, and entrepreneurship. 

Sylabs is a co-working, creation space and talent accelerator located in downtown Algiers that mixes startup art, technology and entrepreneurship to promote creativity and talent development.

The aim of Sylabs is to capitalize on the creative potential of young Algerians and equip them with the necessary tools to leapfrog entrepreneurship, increase their employability and push them to the limits of their ambition. 

He works closely with many partners in order to boost Algerian startups, accompanying digital transformation in all economic and social sectors, and democratize the entrepreneurial culture in all fields.

Besides being the founder and Managing Director of Sylabs, he is also a regular contributor for several online media platforms which cover entrepreneurship and start-ups in MENA region. He creates content related to the Algerian ecosystem, which is fully launching, and yet not very known at regional and international level.

While his journey has just started, his achievements and impact are huge. Mallek has been named in the Forbes 30 under 30 list and as well he has been identified as one of the 100 most Influential Young Africans.