The “EEA” competition announces the names of the finalists for the second edition of the Entrepreneurship Awards

I Events, the organizer of the “Egypt’s Entrepreneur Awards” competition, announced the final list of shortlisted candidates for the second edition of the “EEA” Egypt Entrepreneurship Awards.

The Entrepreneurship Awards in Egypt “EEA” competition in its second edition will be held in collaboration with Tatweer Misr Real Estate Company as a strategic partner, EG Bank as an official sponsor, and Orange and PepsiCo for the second year.

Hundreds of entrepreneurs in more than 17 different fields submitted to the competition, and 91 participants were nominated for the qualifiers.

The finalists in the architectural and interior design sector are Raha Habib of Reha LLC, Hatem Essawy, Mohsen Rizk, Ahmed Tarek, Ahmed Khalifa and Mohamed Galal of Studio Five, and Yasmina Makram of Yasmina Makram Ebeid.

From the product design sector, Youssef Farag and Karim Rafla of Qubix Company, Khaled Atallah, Shahir Arslan and Hassan Arslan of Arica Company, and Maryam Hazem and Hind Riyad of Al-Reform Company qualified.

In the e-commerce sector, Omar Ramadan and Moataz Dinana of Fil Khidmah, Amir Allam of Elmenus, and Muhammad Habib, Mustafa Amin and Abdullah Nofal of Breadfast Company qualified in the e-commerce sector.

Qualified in the fashion clothing and accessories sector: Shadi Elian from Hayden, Ezz El-Din Tarek and Amr Kawashti from In your shoe, and Reem Alaa Hamed from Ramla.

In the FinTech sector, Ahmed Wajih, Fatima El-Shennawy, Omar Salah and Omar Saleh of Khazna, Ahmed Wadi of Money Fellows, Munir Al-Hashimi, Yara Al-Abed and Moataz Lutfi of Paynas Company.

In the food and beverage sector, Dara Ghosheh from Dara’s ice cream, Mustafa Al-Rifai and Chris Khalifa from Zooba, Suhail Turki and Loay Turki from buffalo burger company, Omar Fathy and Alia Helmy from eatery company, Mohamed Abdelhak from Mo Bistro, Amr Barghash and Ahmed Meligi from the wise experience

The finalists in Marketing Communication: Othman Badran and Taymour Othman from The Brand Bees Company, Ghada Wali and Yasmine Wali from Wali’s studio, Majed Al Sharif, Muhammad Abbas and Dina Ali from Matter Company, Muhammad Wasfi and Wael Azzam from bubblegum Company, Sharif Baghdadi , Sharif Nashed of circus company, Ramez Youssef and Muhammad Bassiouni of tayarah world company.

While qualified from the real estate sector, Rami Khurshid and Hussain Al-Khashin from Sakneen, Khaled Al-Sayyad from Excellent Hospitality and Amr Mostafa from Milango.

While Ibrahim Shams and Noha Taher of Kilim Company, Mariam Afifi and Nour Al-Assal of Tagaddod Company, and Hussain Abu Bakr of Mazari Company, qualified for the Social Entrepreneurship Award.

In the sports and fitness sector, Ali Mazhar from befit, Hussein Abdel-Dayem from Ignite, and Ayman Haqqi from Trifactory Company, while the finalists in the supply chain and logistics sector are: Mohamed Abdelaziz and Ahmed Sheikha from brimore, Mohamed Ben Halim and Bilal Al-Mugarbel of Maxab and Mustafa Kandil of Swvl.

The finalists in the Technology and Innovation sector are: Mohamed Mostafa, Mohamed Nabil and Saif Ahmed of Widebot Company, Omar Rady and Ahmed Ashour of Pylon Company, and Jalal Al-Bashbeshi and Ahmed Abaza of Synapse Company.

Finalists from the tourism sector: Ahmed Yehia from Eco Nubia, Mohamed Kaoud from Egyliere, and Mohamed Tahoun from Qusoor Arab, and for the Women Entrepreneurship Award, Nadine Abdel Ghaffar from Art d’egypte and Dara Ghoche from Dara’s ice cream and Yasmine Abdel-Karim from Yalla in Sikka, and for the Youth Entrepreneurship Award, Amr Emara and Farah Emara from Fresh Source, Muhammad Bin Halim and Bilal Al-Maghrib from MAXAB, and Seif Amr and Ahmed Hamouda from Thndr qualified.

Amr Mansi, CEO of I Events, praised the success stories of the entrepreneurs who were shortlisted for the EEA awards.

“Qualified companies are distinguished for their innovative ideas that are new to our societies, in addition to their ability to make positive change in society and contribute effectively to achieving sustainable development,” Amr Mansi added.

Mansi pointed out that the evaluation committees of the participating companies include a selection of the best and best experts and consultants, in addition to a leading advisory board that includes a group of the largest economists and entrepreneurship experts in Egypt that includes an integrated study of the companies of entrepreneurs, based on accurate and globally recognized criteria for studying business strategy. Provide in terms of service efficiency, profitability and target markets, with the measurement of innovation rates to reflect the extent of the company’s innovation and its real ability to make real changes in the development of society.

The criteria for evaluating companies include the suitability of companies’ ideas for the nature of the society to which they belong, the scalability of the project, innovation and competitive advantages, while the importance of sustainability is emphasized by any of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. to address (SDGs) in line with Egypt’s presentation of the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP 27 this year in Sharm El-Sheikh.

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