Ministry of Planning and Economic Development’s project, Rowad 2030, and “Plastic Bank” signed a memorandum of understanding to support entrepreneurs.
The two organizations joined forces to facilitate and support start-ups across different fields by offering aiding services in “any financial, legal, marketing or technical challenges “that may be faced by the start-ups, as well as consultation services free of charge. This will be done through a program called Startup Clinics, the startup clinics MoU was signed with The GrEEK Campus Chairman and Founder, Mr. Ahmed El Alfi. The clinics will be hosted at The GrEEK Campus Downtown.
“Plastic Bank empowers entrepreneurs through sharing its global expertise and success stories, to help them succeed and integrate the environmental aspect in their businesses in line with Egypt Vision 2030 and the preparations for hosting COP27.” said Amr El-Kadi, Regional Director of Egypt, Middle East and Africa for Plastic Bank.
This alligns with the project’s plans to “qualify a million entrepreneur and establish 50,000 new start-up companies” by 2030, according to Dr. Ghada Khalil, Director of the Rowad 2030 Project of the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development.
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