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Egypt plans to establish technological complexes in Menoufia, Mansoura, Minya, Sohag, South Valley, Qena, and Aswan universities in cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education, Talaat announced.
During the meeting, the minister suggested that the committee increase the issuance of recommendations regarding the implementation of awareness campaigns on the rights and duties of participants.
The minister added that these opportunities may increase to 1.5m training opportunities with the trend of a large number of university youth changing their work fields to join the communications and information technology job market.
Egypt targets 10% growth in digital exports by the end of FY20, says Amr Talaat
170 public services to be provided electronically to Port Said residents before year-end, says Communications Minister
The city is currently being built on an area of 211 feddans to be the headquarters of research and innovation centres specialised in advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, the internet of things, integrated systems, and others.
Automation of 170 services nationwide in 36 months at a cost of EGP 8bn, says Amr Talaat
Ministry aims to increase ICT contribution to GDP to reach 8%, says Talaat
The event comes in line with Egypt’s vision to strengthen its position as EMEA’s countries’ shared services and outsourcing hub. The forum is officially supported by Egypt’s Minister of Communications & Information Technology, Amr Talaat, who will be delivering the opening speech.
The second edition of the country’s cross sector investment map includes new 2,000 investment opportunities in addition to the 10,000 opportunities that were already in the first edition, a statement of the MIIC said.
Amer witnesses signing cooperation protocol to train workers of banking sector in fields of information security, data analysis, financial technology, AI
The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) has a four-pronged action plan to implement Egypt’s 2030 strategy in order to achieve the country’s digital transformation, to accomplish further efficient management of the state’s resources, MCIT Minister, Amr Talaat, said. Talaat’s statement came during Egypt’s international technology innovation summit titled ‘Narrative Disruptors’ which was launched …
Narrative Disruptors, Egypt’s first international tech innovation forum, will take place in Cairo in the middle of April under the auspices of Egypt’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Amr Talaat. The summit is organised by Egyptian CC Plus firm in cooperation with leading digital solutions provider VictoryLink. It is a side-forum of international public relations gathering Narrative …
Egypt to launch e-platform to provide government services in Port Said on 30 June
Network collaboration will further enhance delivery of services to customers in Egypt, North Africa and the Middle East
Agreement with Synopsys to train 1,000 young people in field of electronic circuit design
Programme aims to equip 100 trainees per year, to meet requirements of labour market, provide them with job opportunities in companies specialised in this field
OBG will publish upcoming publication on country’s economic development, investment opportunities
We will launch first artificial intelligence faculty in next academic year, says minister
Sector contributes EGP 80bn to GDP in FY 2017/18
Ministry will provide new government services next year through five outlets
MCIT carrying out study with programme on cooperation aspects to use communication, information technology tools to contribute towards reaching an integrated creative economy
Talaat revealed that the government intends to include small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) into the implementation of these projects, especially since 76% of the total jobs which are provided are from the private sector.
Talat stressed the importance of benefiting of the WB’s expertise in supporting strategies for the transition to a digital economy
Ministerial committee formed from three ministries: MCIT, Military Production, Education
Egypt’s digital exports estimated to be worth over $3bn, plans in pipeline for further increases
In 2018, IBM Egypt’s six centers are continuing to export IT services out of Egypt
The Egyptian market is promising and full of investment opportunities
At the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, country general manager of IBM Amr Talaat said that trade relations between Egypt and African countries need to improve. He said that African countries receive almost 3% of Egyptian exports, which is a small amount that must be increased. He added that so far, large economies in …