On the sidelines of the summit, ElZaher met with a group from the TIEC Innovation Ambassador (TIEC-IA) program. ITIDA’s CEO praised their efforts and stressed the importance of the role they play in realizing ITIDA’s goal of spreading the culture of entrepreneurship and innovation
Minister of Telecommunications and Information Technology Amr Talaat met Thursday with Latvian Ambassador to Egypt Andris Razans.
Emad Raouf, founder of the Liberal Club of Cairo, said the Egyptian administration focused on preparing the investment environment to accommodate startups and facilitating their establishment procedures in the last ten years.
Amr Ali, the coordinator of the April 6 Youth Movement, said support to entrepreneurship in Egypt requires eliminating bureaucracy, which imposes restrictions on entrepreneurs.
The 4th edition of Startups Without Borders summit will take place on the 10th and 11th of February at Cairo Business Park, East Cairo’s Business, Innovation and Entrepreneurship hub. Since 2018, Startups Without Borders has been building world-class events where diversity takes center stage, gathering over 12,000 entrepreneurs from the MENA and Europe across different cultures and nationalities.
In the next phase, 40 finalists will be selected from the 100 contestants.
The protocols were signed during the third annual forum of startup companies launched by the Ministry of Planning in cooperation with the Greek Campus. The protocols were signed during the third annual forum of startup companies launched by the Ministry of Planning in cooperation with the Greek Campus.
The courses, designed for women in villages and cities, were held as part of the lending and savings project, she added.
Al-Mashat shared that 60 percent of the Egyptian population is under the age of 35, confirming the importance of entrepreneurship, innovation and job opportunities created through SMEs, coupled with developing the capacity of youth, and the role of the private sector in achieving these goals.
The workshops of the World Youth Forum Labs (WYF Labs) were held Saturday.
Two accelerators that are affiliated with Egypt Ventures witnessed 60 startups graduate from Falak Startups, with a value of LE 31 million, while 23 companies graduated from EFG-EV Fintech, with a value of LE 35 million in 2021.
Meet Oumnia Boualam, the woman who took a leap of faith out of the corporate world into social media and entrepreneurship to high achieving women reach their goals.
The first prize was awarded to a team of three young women from Aswan governorate.
The cooperation is intended to maximize the benefit from managers of business incubators, accelerators, and entrepreneurs involved in the AUC startup incubator.
The Minister of International Cooperation clarified that these projects contribute to 13 SDGS.
The law supports entrepreneurship projects through a number of financial and technical incentives to attract young businessmen and encourage innovators, Gamae said in a statement.
Hosting three main tracks, Tech to Scale, Female Leadership, and Creative Economies, the summit will bring international actors in the startup scene to the heart of Cairo.
Egypt’s flourishing entrepreneurship scene has been receiving support from governmental entities and private institutions which aid entrepreneurs to reach their maximum potential by offering fund opportunities and mentorship.
Ministry of Investment signed a LE 10 million grant with the African Development Bank (ADB) to strengthen the environmental management system for Fekratk Sherkatk initiative.
Egyptian Ahmed Osman, named on Friday, the president of the International Council for Small Business’ (ICSB).