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Egypt’s IT offshoring and business services sector signs 29 new agreements

The agreements inked with 29 multinational companies create over 34 thousand jobs directed towards exports through 35 global delivery centres.
03.12.22 | Source: ITIDA

Branded as an attractive Mediterranean hub, Egypt is a choice for many as a big business destination, given its premium offshoring status. The country has proved its resilience as a leading global IT offshoring and outsourcing hub with numerous investments in the sector over the past few years. Today, the confidence of multinational partners in Egypt’s highly skilled talent pool is highlighted through a signing ceremony held by the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) cementing Egypt’s position as a leading global offshoring and outsourcing hub.

The signing ceremony of 29 agreements with big IT offshoring and business process services providers, was witnessed by the Prime Minister of Egypt Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, in the presence of Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dr. Amr Talaat, at Sultan Hussein Kamel Palace in Cairo; one of Egypt's most historic gems.

Dr. Amr Talaat, Minister of Communications and Information Technology endorsed the agreements inked with 29 multinational companies, that creates over 34 thousand jobs directed towards exports through 35 global delivery centers with export value worth USD 1 billion annually. “These agreements reflect Egypt’s conducive business environment and multinationals’ confidence in our qualified local talent,” Talaat commented.

H.E. Talaat underlined Egypt’s potential as the next big hub for digital and high-end services, thanks to the constant efforts made to boost Egypt’s competitiveness in the offshoring industry. “With its unique central location at the crossroads between 3 continents, Egypt delivers a resilient high-quality digital infrastructure, and provides a supportive legislative framework catching up with the global rapid growth,” he continued. “Our plentiful supply of tech talent is all set and ready at a very competitive cost, with proven experience in business services delivery for global firms to more than 100 countries with 20 different languages,” Talaat affirmed.