Moving away from their historical over-reliance on the public sector, Arab youth are empowering themselves by pursuing entrepreneurship avenues and these young Arab entrepreneurs are creating employment at scale The eighth United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) calls for promoting “inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment, and decent work for all.” A new report by the
In its most basic form, management accounting allows a business to control its operations and take informed decisions in line with its performance objectives. For small and growing businesses, management accounting is a way to ensure that the business stays within its means as it grows. Indeed, management accounting is crucial for entrepreneurs as it
Having completed their Bachelors in Civil / Architectural Engineering and received a Project Management Diploma in 1983, Eng. Taher Maamoun & Eng. Maged Habib have vast work experience spanning over three decades. Since 1999, they have also gained entrepreneurial experience that they used to their advantage to co-establish Five Builders for Construction in 2012. Five
Moving from Kuwait where she had been running a business since 1992, Mrs Taheya, together with her husband Mr Motaz, established the Infinity Group for Trade in Cairo, Egypt, in 2009. Women like Mrs Taheya are a rarity in Egypt. Despite efforts to encourage Egyptian women to start their own businesses, female participation in the newly
Established by Ahmed El Hosseiny in 1975, El-Farab for Import Company is an Egyptian Joint Stock enterprise operating in the hardware sector and is the sole distributor of Black & Decker and Dewalt brands in the country.
In 2012, Mohamad Shams launched a new restaurant chain – Om Hassan, which offered authentic Egyptian food in a relaxed ambience. Mohamad was one of the first in the restaurant sector to realise the importance of a central kitchen serving the restaurant chain, thus ensuring consistent quality and attaining economies of scale.