Egypt’s New Maadi Central Exchange Phase II Offers 28.000 Job Opportunities

Dr. Hesham Kandil, Egypt’s Prime Minister, has inaugurated today the second phase of Cairo Contact Centers Park in Maadi which includes 5 prepared technological buildings in order to host local and international companies operating in information and communication technology (ICT) and outsourcing services to export its products for the customers across worldwide.

Eng. Mohamed AbdelWahab, Chairman at Cairo Contact Centers Park in Maadi, said this phase provides 8.000 direct job opportunities and 20.000 indirect job opportunities, pointing out that the main target of this phase is to attract the investments of the international companies which are working in (ICT) and outsourcing services in Egypt.

AbdelWahab said  Maadi zone is the first zone specialists in (ICT) in Egypt, despite Smart Village is a sign of information and communication technology (ICT) in Egypt, but it is considered to be a public area.

AbdelWahab has emphasized that at the completion of Cairo Contact Centers Park in Maadi by 2017, it will provide around 40.000 direct job opportunities and 100.000 indirect other, in addition, it will record added export value of $ 1.2 billion annually and taxes up EGP 1 billion that will contribute in supporting the national economy.