Dalia Ibrahim, Nahdet Misr’s CEO, is among the top 50 women performing in the Egyptian economy
On February 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

Dalia Ibrahim, Nahdet Misr’s CEO, was chosen among the top 50 women influencing the Egyptian economy in 2017. This was according to Amwal Al Ghad business magazine, that has been announcing a yearly ranking of the top 100 companies listed in the Egyptian stock exchange as well as the 50 most influential women in Egypt. The ranking event aims to provide the Egyptian government with robust ground support to the sustainable cooperation between the private and public sectors in consideration to the development aspects of human resources, economy, and society.

Under the auspices of Egyptian Prime Minister Sherif Ismail, the event brought together leaderships from government and business community in various sectors. Minister of Investment Sahar Nasr took part in the award-giving ceremony, in addition to Minister of Planning Hala al-Saeed, Minister of Transport Hisham Arafat, and Minister of Public Sector Affairs Khaled Badawi, as well as Maya Morsy President of Egypt’s National Council for Women.

Thanks to her continuous efforts in the development and enhancement of the educational and publishing sectors in Egypt and the Arab world, Dalia Ibrahim was honored by Hala al-Saeed, Minister of Planning.

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