New Egypt MoU to boost youth innovation

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New Egypt MoU to boost youth innovation

Egypt’s Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center (TIEC), his signed a memorandum of understanding with Ain-Shams University to support a culture of technology innovation and entrepreneurship culture among youth.

The CEO of the Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center (TIEC), Dr. Ashraf Farghaly, and the acting president of Ain-Shams University, Dr. Mohamed Al-Husseini Al-Toukhy, signed a memorandum of understanding to work together spread the concepts of technology innovation and entrepreneurship culture among youth.

The MoU aims to create technology incubators within the engineering, and information and computer science faculties, with TIEC providing the technical support.

This includes the hosting of workshops at the TIEC premises at Cairo’s Smart Village,  and the implementation of common projects and research.



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