Connect the national ecosystems to other national, and to other regional hubs in the Southern Neighbourhood and MENA region. The nation states must ensure a smooth transfer of capital, knowhow and goods, easing the effect of national borders.
Consider the entrepreneurial ecosystem a potential testing ground for progressive legislation on business law, as well as in related fields such as anti-corruption, gender equality and decentralised decision-making in public administration.
Ensure the growth and stability of synergetic entrepreneurial ecosystems consisting of start-ups, SMEs as the core of the new economy and society. To make this happen, sufficient financial resources, shared services and an enhanced legal framework are required.
Connect these entrepreneurial ecosystems to the public sector via public-private partnerships and to the society via NGOs, to ensure that innovations will be transferred from the ecosystem to national economies and societies, and that the requirements of the traditional institutions will be integrated.
Let the ecosystem create match-making platforms serving as equivalent to employment agencies (labour bureaus) and connect them to universities and learning platforms to ensure continuous learning paths. Over time, connected public companies and SMEs will participate as well.
Encourage and create space for multi-stakeholder approaches for a conducive ecosystem to entrepreneurship (civil society, government, private sector).