Just three steps can turn an idea in the technology sector into an investment venture with potential for both high growth and strong returns. The first is embracing the venture idea and training the project’s team, with the goal of finding, over a period of no more than six weeks, the extent to which it can realistically be implemented and succeed. The second step is its discovery by investment firms with a small-venture focus, like Tahrir2, Tamkeen or Flat6Labs. These firms support the idea from square one, providing office space, technical assistance and funding between EGP 65,000 and EGP 600,000. This stage, between two to six months, lasts until the venture has fully established itself. Last but not least, the investment incubator begins marketing the idea to firms with expertise in the field and investment funds, which can inject millions of pounds in exchange for stakes of up to 40%. With a new idea needed by the market, a young person can found a company; then in less than a year, he can have the biggest investment funds chasing it with millions of pounds, trying to buy a stake or minority ownership.