Egypt’s Estmrarya Academy to launch $563k crisis management firm this year

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Egypt-based business continuity Estmrarya Academy is to pump new investments ranging between 3 and 5 million Egyptian pounds ($337,845-563,075) to establish a consulting company specialized in crisis management and disaster response services.

These investments are meant to be generated this year, said Ahmed Riyad, CEO and Founder of Estmrarya Academy. An electronic portal, which will cost around 500,000 pounds, for the Academy will be designed to provide a digital content of it.

Riyad emphasized the E-Academy to be non profit and its content is completely free of charges. The content of the Website is provided in Arabic language and within 4 months will be in English then French.