Eng. Khaled Ibrahim, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Information and Communications Technology Industry (CIT), said that Egypt has a great opportunity to export, similar to what India has achieved, where its exports amounted to $170 billion, by paying attention to small and medium-sized companies and raising the capabilities of these companies and qualifying them for export, in addition to increasing the share of Their participation in government and public projects in order to support increasing confidence in the local product, as well as investing in training and qualifying human cadres from university graduates and raising their digital tools in the software industry, which contributes to qualifying a generation of qualified graduates to work in the field of specialized software and digitization and achieving Egypt’s dream to increase its exports. Of solutions, software and digital services for foreign markets.
He also explained that the implementation of the project to train 500,000 young people is one of the most important projects adopted by the Chamber, which will result in a clear increase in Egyptian exports from this sector, which reflects the importance of Egyptian cadres as one of the main pillars in Egypt’s vision of technological exports in addition to various competitive advantages.
The Chamber of ICT Industry had participated in the exhibition held on the sidelines of the “Annual International Forum and Exhibition for Industry” organized by the Federation of Egyptian Industries in its first session this year, in line with the Federation’s centenary celebrations during the period from 29 to 31 October.