Microsoft Egypt and CARE International celebrate the completion of Community Spark Project.
Company sets goal of serving over 70,000 nonprofits in three years.
The visit comes as a confirmation of the enormous potential of the Egyptian market, and Microsoft’s ongoing commitment to the country.
The portal offers a group of free IT services and tools to support and motivate entrepreneurs.
Use the hashtags to get new Microsoft products during the competition that will end mid December.
The return of the Start menu plus innovative features creates a more personal, productive and fun Windows experience.
There are 35 MIE from Egypt that are working closely with Microsoft to communicate a vision for communication.
The company will provide customers with faster and more reliable ways to modern, secure technologies and platforms with the enterprise-grade capabilities they need.
Aspire Woman is a multi-year initiative aiming to empower 25,000, train 5000, and create job opportunities for 1000 young women.
Among them are several projects improving youth’s skills, empowering small and medium-sized businesses and employability, development and improvement of education.
MSN aims to deliver the world’s most popular and comprehensive content on the Web; coming soon to Windows, Android, and iOS devices.
Efforts focus on accelerating adoption of smart devices, empowering SMEs, and up-leveling skills development to ignite African innovation.
Microsoft launches national website supports workforce development for Egyptian youth.