bt100 awards ceremony will be held on Monday
CAIRO – 18 February 2018: Egypt’s leading economics magazine Business Today is holding an award ceremony “BT100” to honor top influential figures and companies positively impacting the Egyptian economy in 2017.
This year, the magazine will honor 50 companies and 50 figures in a prestigious awards ceremony that will be held on Monday, February 19.
The event will host more than 600 attendees, including state ministers, headed by Finance Minister Amr El-Garhy, Minister of Housing and Urban Communities Mustafa Madbouly, Minister of Electricity Mahmoud Shaker, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, Sahar Nasr, Minister of Communications and Information Technology Yasser El-Kady and Minister of Health and Population Ahmed Emad El-Din Rady.
The ceremony is held under the auspices of a number of pioneering corporate entities from various business sectors, including the National bank of Egypt, the African International Bank, PepsiCo, CIB, Banque Misr, and Fawry, the e-payment solution provider. Other sectors include Hesham Talaat Mostafa Group, Jumia, Hyde Park, Ghabbour Auto, Aptech, Taaleem and WE.
The ceremony’s awards selection was based on a comprehensive study conducted in accordance with financial and economic standards set by Business Today Magazine’s economic specialists and experts.
The awarded entities were selected based on their overall performance in the past year, impact on the economic progress, stock exchange performance, creativity with practical solutions, sustainable public-private partnerships and alignment with the goals outlined in Egypt 2030 Vision.
BT100 awards ceremony
"BT100 Award Ceremony is just a part of our organization's contribution to honor pioneering companies for their important and effective role in promoting the Egyptian economy,” said Khaled Salah, Editor-in-Chief of Youm7 and Head of Editorial Council of Business Today Egypt.
“It is also an important awards ceremony that intends to motivate and enhance business leadership and performance in the country, marking economic impact on the country in the process,” he added.
The country’s most prominent projects and investments have been highlighted in the magazine over the past year, with thorough research into the degree of influence and economic impact the companies and figures have invested in each respective industry.
The awards aim to celebrate the exceptional success that has developed valuable contribution in the country, as well as resonating influence and motivation for other companies to impact economic prosperity in the future.
For the first time this year, Business Today Magazine awards pioneering corporate entities from various business sectors: financial, industrial, real estate, telecommunications, and food sectors in terms of their rapid development that enabled them to contribute significantly in enhancing Egyptian economy and increasing the GDP.
Business Today is Egypt's first, and leading, English economics magazine. With over 25 years in the Egyptian market, Business Today managed to gain a solid readership from influential market leaders; including businessmen, managers, government officials and investors.