Federation of Egyptian Banks sponsors Builders of Egypt 2016

Federation of Egyptian Banks is the official sponsor for the second year of the second annual Builders of Egypt Forum, which will take place in Cairo on March 1-2.

Under the rubric “A Road to develop National Projects”, Builders of Egypt Forum will be organised by the Egyptian Federation for Construction and Building Contractors and the Cairo-based PR agency, Excellent Communications.

Organised by the Egyptian Federation for Construction and Building Contractors and the Cairo-based PR agency, Excellent Communications, Builders of Egypt is the first of its kind forum to discuss the challenges haunting the Egyptian construction sector.

As an official sponsor of the Builders of Egypt Forum 2016, Federation of Egyptian Banks seeks to affirm the vital role played by the Egyptian construction sector in spurring development, create more job opportunities, and activate the national economy.

The forum is expected a great presence of banking leaderships to take part in a session designated to discuss the banking sector’s role as a key player in financing the country’s mega plans; Suez Canal Development, New Administrative Capital, Greening one million and half feddans, the National Plan for Roads, in addition to renewable energy projects. The forum is set to showcase proposals to finance the Egyptian construction firms’ plans to carry out national projects.

Some 1,000 leaderships from construction, banking, real estate development sectors are expected to attend, to get to know the available investment opportunities in Egypt’s national projects in addition to the world’s latest technology in field of building and construction.

Moreover, the forum is to explore some stories of success for countries managed to achieve a leap in construction and real estate development sectors.

Ruy Amaral, Brazil Ambassador to Egypt, as well as Brazilian officials will take part in the forum to demonstrate Brazil’s successful experience to overcome the informal settlements and slums.

Some delegates from Arab, African, and world countries will deliver keynote remarks at the forum.

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