Egyptian Ahmed Osman (second from left) named the president of ICSM - RESS PHOTO Egyptian Ahmed Osman (second from left) named the president of ICSM - RESS PHOTO

Egyptian Ahmed Osman named President of International Council for Small Business

Sat, Jun. 29, 2019
Cairo - 29 June 2019: Egyptian Ahmed Osman, named on Friday, the president of the International Council for Small Business’ (ICSB).

Osman is the first Egyptian to hold the position.

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Egyptian Ahmed Osman (second from left) named the president of ICSM - RESS PHOTO


ICSB Board of Directors is composed of more than 5,000 members, including academics, specialists in the fields of small and medium-sized industries, entrepreneurs, policy makers and representatives of various governments and countries.

The Council aims to develop strategies, research and financing initiatives to support developing countries. The Council has set up micro-finance initiatives for a number of countries including Brazil, Argentina and some Asian countries.

The Washington-headquartered council is the world’s largest international SME organisation dedicated to advancing small business and entrepreneurship.

Founded in 1955, the ICSB was the first international membership organisation to promote the growth and development of small businesses worldwide. It brings together educators, researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners from around the world to share knowledge and expertise in their respective fields.

ICSB, represented in over 85 countries, is the platform that distributes new knowledge and information on small business management and entrepreneurial development.
 
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