The Lebanese singer Carole Samaha performs at bt100 ceremony: photo via Egypt Today
CAIRO – 3 March 2020: The Lebanese singer Carole Samaha performed Tuesday at the bt100 ceremony that included scores of business tycoons, celebrities, and public figures.
BT100, the biggest economic event in Egypt, is a tribute to the leaders of the governmental and private sectors, and corporate for their significant and effective role in improving the Egyptian economy.
The ceremony aims at encouraging other companies to improve their performance, and develop their marketing methods and their selling skills.
The organizing committee of the ceremony has announced the completion of its list of juries, which included former investment ministers Mr. Osama Saleh and Mr. Ashraf Salman, former telecommunication minister Mr. Maged Osman, former Stock Exchange Chairman Mr. Maged Shawky, Mr. Khaled Salah, father and editor-in-chief of prominent Egyptian daily Youm7, Editor-in-Chief of El Watan newspaper and Chairman of DMC News Channel Mr. Mahmoud Mosallam, chairman of Al Dostor Foundation Mr. Mohamed Al-Baz, Mr. Mohamed Abdelbaky, editor-in-chief of Business Today and Egypt Today magazines and news website and Mr. Yossif Ayoub, editor-in-chief of the Sout Al Omma newspaper.
Candidates for the prizes will be chosen according to certain criteria by the jury and evaluation to select a number of companies in different sectors, including the financial, industrial and investment sectors, the real estate sector, and the communications and information technology sector.