WYF LABS has allowed 36 startups to showcase their products and ideas by setting pavilions, throughout the conference halls of the World Youth Forum. WYF LABS has allowed 36 startups to showcase their products and ideas by setting pavilions, throughout the conference halls of the World Youth Forum.

WYF LABS to inspire, empower young entrepreneurs

Fri, Dec. 13, 2019
CAIRO - 13 December 2019: The World Youth Forum in its third edition is witnessing a new initiative; a new platform named "WYF LABS" with an aim to inspire and empower young entrepreneurs.

Its aim is to inspire and empower young entrepreneurs to create strong startups that serve the sustainable development goals set by the United Nations.

WYF LABS organizer Mohamed Samy told Egypt Today in an interview that WYF LABS is a forum for entrepreneurs and startups, within the World Youth Forum, where we seek to provide opportunities for all young people from the world who have ideas, entrepreneurs and startups, to display their products and ideas.

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WYF LABS has allowed 36 startups to showcase their products and ideas by setting pavilions, throughout the conference halls of the World Youth Forum.

He revealed that the participants in WYF LABS are from various countries including the United States of America, Britain, France, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, Nigeria and Zimbabwe, and other Arab and African countries.

He also clarified that 45 consultative sessions will be held, in which a group of specialists and experts will provide technical and administrative consultations to everyone who has an idea and wants to develop plans to implement it on the ground, where the information and advice necessary to develop their companies are provided, and to communicate effectively with the business environment.

The third edition of the World Youth Forum is set to be held in South Sinai’s Sharm el-Sheikh from Dec. 14-17, under the auspices of the Egyptian Presidency.

The initiative was presented on 25 April 2017 by a group of young Egyptians at the National Youth Conference in Ismailia to engage in dialogue with youth around the world.
 
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