200 exhibitors for Egypt procuration event

August 2018

About 200 exhibitors are expected to take part in the upcoming BiznEX Egypt 2018, the first annual investment and commercial procuration event in Cairo, Egypt.

Organised by Franchisin gate, a regional leader in business consultancy in the franchise business and investment industry, the exhibition will attract 15,000 investors and includes a number of bilateral meetings, workshops and conferences with strong participation of Saudi Arabia, UAE, Morocco, France, Germany, Kenya and South Africa.

BiznEX Egypt 2018 is an integrated platform combining local brands with competitive characteristics capable of regional expansion and qualified to capture the financing opportunities that will enhance Egypt’s economic vision in various countries of the world.

Exhibition and along  with its workshops, business matchmaking and bilateral meetings will last for three days from November 8 to 10 in Egypt International Exhibition Center  in Cairo.

BiznEX Egypt 2018 highlights the future of the positive results of the economic reform package implemented by the Egyptian political leadership during the current period, as well as the efforts and visions of the local business sector to develop the expansion strategy to achieve targeted growth rates.

The exhibition also provides a unique opportunity for foreign investors to witness the new era of development and promotion, and the quality of Egyptian services, products and solutions.

Marwan Abdul Razek, CEO of Franchisin gate, said: “We are fully aware of the importance of our development role as representatives of the private sector in supporting and consolidating the ambitious vision 2030 of the Egyptian leadership towards achieving economic development and driving the investment locomotive to the future, among the ranks of Arab and foreign countries, especially that we have many competitive advantages that enable us to compete and strongly on the quality and efficiency of local services and products, in addition to the technical tools and management and practical talents of human cadres.”

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