It starts July 2016 when I met
Mrs Amel Djait
Mrs Djait has a very special and original experience called 1000 Tunis & Tunis, which is an online and printed magazine that talks about Tunis, she believed that in Tunisia there are always 1000 things & thing, 1000 hotels & hotel, 1001 destinations, 1001 shops … etc
In 2010 she built a website and she kept posting her articles and time line for 2 years, to end up with more than 3000 original well written articles that describe all corners in Tunisia.
In 2012 she stopped posting or updating the website, but she left the website running with all those valuable and amazing content.
“Well Mr Sharkas, I need to develop my project, let’s see what can you do to get the maximum out of 1001Tunis” Amel said.
For me it was so exciting, with this amount of original and well written content, Mrs. Amel needs my experience in creating a beautiful and well organized digital presence
describing each corner in Tunisia
with old-style and none suitable presentation
“Well, let us see what
Tunisian & Egyptian can do“
– Amel siad, in the kickoff meeting –
1001tunisie.com is the first platform, it is magazine style, with many different categories full of original and well crafted articles.
In French and English, 1001tunisie.com describes every and each corner within Tunisia, you can learn how to spend an awesome day in Sidi Bo Said, where to go, what to eat …
You can read more about Tunisian Harrisa, how they cook Couscous, where the tunisian tasty Oil olive comes from and how they produce the organic honey in Beja
– Discover Beautiful Tunisia –
1001Wayn – Tour Guide
Introducing Tunisia in an Egyptian/Tunisian Style
Phase 1 (The Small Circle)
Connecting Tunisia (Touristic, Commercial and Cultural) to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
By improving touristic, commercial and cultural relationships between Tunisia and Egypt “as the big gate to the Middle East region”
Introducing the Tunisian touristic/commercial/cultural atmosphere in an “Egyptian/Tunisian” style to spread it to the MENA region in a new mixed and eye catching format