After establishing its presence in Tunisia, eSteps Health won the first prize at the 13th edition of the national competition, POESAM, organized by Orange. The award ceremony, held at The Dot, featured six startup CEOs competing in front of a panel of influential figures from the Tunisian and African entrepreneurial ecosystem. eSteps Health, a startup operating for three years in the United States and Italy, secured the first prize, valued at 15,000 Tunisian dinars. The company is now gearing up to represent Tunisia in the international phase for the MEA region. During the pitch, Nidhal Louhichi, CEO of eSteps Health, passionately shared the significant social impact that eSteps has on patients living with multiple sclerosis. Nidhal Louhichi stated: "We are immensely grateful to Orange and the POESAM competition for this opportunity. It's a recognition of our hard work and dedication to enhancing the lives of individuals with neurodegenerative diseases. This marks just the beginning of a long journey, and we look forward to representing Tunisia on the global stage." The POESAM competition provides an exceptional opportunity for Tunisian startups to showcase their innovations and compete at regional and international levels. eSteps Health is committed to further developing its innovative solution to improve the quality of life for individuals living with multiple sclerosis and other neurodegenerative diseases. This victory at the POESAM competition represents a significant milestone in achieving this goal.