BiznEx Exhibition Opens Tomorrow
BiznEx Exhibition Opens Tomorrow with Ministers, Government Officials, and Businessmen in Attendance to Support Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs
By Eman Hamed
BiznEx Holding has announced the launch of “Egypt Exhibition for Business” (BiznEx), the international exhibition for investment and franchise, which is the first and biggest hub to provide real investment options based on the franchise model.
It also provides corporate partnerships and a variety of investment options in the commercial and office real estate sectors, as well as all commercial transactions with service providers such as law, accounting, and marketing.
On the sidelines of the exhibition, the “Egypt Conference for Business” (B’Talks) will be organized on Wednesday, from November 17th to 18th in Nile Ritz Hotel , to explore investment prospects for various industries and current business trends in the Egyptian market.
A big number of ministers, governmental delegations and officials, business development gurus, and consultants are expected to attend this exhibition.
Dr. Ali Moselhy, Minister of Supply and Internal Trading, Dr. Neveen Gamea, Minister of Trade and Industrialization, Dr. Neveen Kabag, Minister of Social Solidarity, and Ayman Hossam El Din, Head of the Consumer Protection Authority, will attend the expo. Khalid Abdul Sadiq, Chairman and CEO of Al Mohandes Insurance Company, Mohammed Bin Nasser Al Ahmary, Assistant Secretary General of the Development Department and Chairman of Committees at Makkah Chamber of Commerce, and Malak Al Ashiry, Founder and CEO of BiznEx Holding, will also participate in this event.
Many sessions will be conducted at BiznEx, with participation from top government officials, prominent brands, entrepreneurs, and small and medium-sized businesses from Egypt and the Middle East.
These sessions discuss the government’s strategy for supporting and nurturing small and micro businesses, as well as the mechanisms for promoting crafts and displaying the unique outputs.
This exhibition helps to broaden the possibilities for the growth of this artisanship and encourages the young people to learn the special crafts and arts that will provide them with a variety of job options.