ITIDA and GIZ aim to create about 1200 job opportunities through a training program targeting graduates and university students and matching them with private sector companies in the IT sector.
The SECC Tech Nights seminars will cover a wide range of topics, with a particular focus on Generative AI and its applications across various sectors.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Monday signed a law to sanction the final account of the General Authority for Land and Dry Ports (GALDP) budget for fiscal year 2021-2022 at an amount of around LE 960.966 million.
According to a statement by the MCIT, the program builds on ITIDA's expertise and 500 Global’s track record of running 85+ accelerator programs around the world
Collaborative efforts bear fruit as Advansys and Celfocus celebrate successful first milestones in Egypt
Elzaher holds the position of Assistant Minister for Ecosystem Development at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT).
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Vodafone Intelligent Solutions (_VOIS), a subsidiary of Vodafone Group and its partner of choice for talent, technology, and transformation, inaugurated its new office in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, adding 1,000 new contact center jobs to serve Vodafone’s global customers in both German and English languages.
According to the MoU, the plant's production capacity is scheduled to reach 4.5 million units annually, according to a statement from the Council of Ministers on Tuesday.
The Hackathon, held from August 29th to 31st, in Egypt as part of the Saudi Attaa Digital initiative, aimed to raise digital awareness and strengthen partnerships with academic entities and universities.
CEO of Egypt’s Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA); Eng. Amr Mahfouz, stated that the agency has invested EGP 55 million in the last three years to upgrade the operating systems of the Egyptian Root Certificate Authority (Root CA) and to develop the human capabilities.
CEO of Egypt’s Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA), Amr Mahfouz, reviews three reasons why investors would prefer Egypt to invest in.
“The value of Egypt’s digital exports grew from $4.1 billion in 2019/2020 to $4.5 billion in 2020/2021,” he added.
The paid internships program aims to bridge the gap between academic knowledge and industry needs.
Micro companies are to receive a 35 percent incentive, small-sized companies are to receive a 15 percent incentive, while medium-sized companies receive a 10 percent incentive.
The licensed company is entitled to offer a variety of services including providing registration services, issuing digital signature certificates, digital signature tools, Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) services, E-seal and time-stamp services for both individuals and businesses, through its extensive network of service outlets, and its partnership with "Telecom Egypt", following the regulations and standards set by ITIDA.
The program is aimed at providing financial support and consulting services for young entrepreneurs and innovators, as well as start-ups that have initial business models, according to a statement released by ITIDA on Sunday.
Egypt ranked first by the number of deals in Africa during 2021 and came in 3rd place in total funding where the local startups gripped 18% of total capital deployed across the whole continent.
Mahfouz made the remarks during his meeting on Thursday with a French delegation led by Regis Monfront, head of the French side in the Egyptian-French Business Council and member of the Movement of the Enterprises of France (MEDEF).
The hackathon comprises a series of hybrid and interactive market-driven competitions in 10 Egyptian governorates, namely Cairo, Alexandria, Mansoura, Menoufia, Ismailia, Minya, Assiut, Qena, Suhaj, and Aswan.