New outlets will ease pressure on main offices and protect customer health and safety
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A total of 52 companies have benefited from the programme so far, with a total amount of just over EGP 17m in export rebates having been given to the first and second groups combined.
The NTRA’s announcement came as it released its March report which disclosed the results for the authority’s testing of 80 cities with an area of 24,000 km.
During the ministerial video conference, Abdel Ghaffar said the digital transformation in education trend has been ongoing for over 18 months. The implementation in education follows an initial pilot phase that was conducted in the health sector.
The company has launched a range of honey products, selling for up to EGP 699, that strengthen the immunity, and which they say helps prevent the coronavirus.
New hotline launched to provide technical support, quick resolution to production problems
In a press statement on Tuesday, Raya Holding added that the investment offers were aimed at accelerating the company’s growth process and increase its business volume. The acquisition bids came as part of efforts for a partial or total share in the company.
Conference is another postponed conference due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
Coronavirus pandemic may be opportunity to turn to local producers instead of importers
The report said Egypt maintained its regional lead for the number of start-up focused financing and investment deals in the first quarter (Q1) of 2020, acquiring 37% of the MENA region total.
Consumer demand remains same, with increased need for technology due to social distancing, says Abu Ouf
The personal protective equipment will include protective clothing, medical masks, face and head protectors, medical gloves, and other essential supplies.
State precautionary measures, working from home contribute to increased Internet, phone use
The move aims to bolster smaller companies and help them deal with the lower revenues crisis caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Egypt.
The move is part of a series of initiatives by Telecom Egypt to support the health system and the efforts healthcare professionals are making in tackling the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Jumia has set up a window on the Ahlan Ramadan platform and app to showcase the basic products with discounts according to the type of commodity. Jumia is working in cooperation with its business partners, including brands, stores, and commercial chains.
Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat said the app aims to support those with disabilities who show symptoms of the virus reach the necessary health services.
A total of 26 governmental executive leaders, including from the Ministries of Civil Aviation, Immigration and Egyptian Affairs Abroad, Health, Electricity and Renewable Energy and Agriculture, among others, participated in the session’s activities
The new production line comes off the back of the “Ahl Misr are Responsible” campaign. Ahl Misr Development Foundation recently announced that it will be providing medical and preventive supplies for medical staff as they take part in the fight against the coronavirus
In line with common consumer concerns, user privacy and security remain central to the product’s design. The tech giants’ contribution joins efforts by other software developers who are crafting technical tools to help combat the coronavirus and save lives.
The time will be used to complete the necessary procedures for the deal, according to a statement STC sent to the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul).
Hawaya enables Arab youth across the world to choose a life partner and communicate with them safely, in a technological environment that respects their traditions and culture.
The application extension, which now has a 16 April deadline, also aims to curb the impact of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the sector
The startup, launched in collaboration with Germany company, Bosch, launched a video-based service to help its customers undertake their own home repairs without the need for a technician’s home visit
Support organisations roll up sleeves to help start-ups overcome COVID-19 impact
We demand exclusion of e-commerce companies from curfew, says Hendawy
Disbursement begins in April, priority given to micro- and small companies to mitigate effects of COVID-19
Noon Academy is a learning platform which includes a mobile application and a website for teaching academic curricula. It provides online classes for elementary, preparatory and secondary levels in all subjects.
Fawry CEO Ashraf Sabry said the company’s primary goal is to provide different payment channels to its users, in addition to allowing payments through the EEHC website using credit cards via Fawry Pay.
More hackathons, free services and “home-centred” offers take rise