Rowad 2030 project, under the umbrella of the Ministry of Planning & Economic Development, received an envoy from the African Union, as the door is now open to the submission to the second edition of the Egyptian-African incubator at the headquarters of the on-campus Business Clinic launched by Rowad 2030 project.
The meeting reviewed the progress achieved by both Rowad 2030 project and the Egyptian-African incubator, as well as the business clinic model and its business consultancy services.
The envoy lauded Rowad 2030 project’s achievements and the services provided for entrepreneurs and those who are interested in entrepreneurship. They also praised the on-campus Business Clinic, looking forward to taking part in the business clinic and the activities of Rowad 2030, as well as exchanging experiences.
On the other hand, Dr. Ghada Khalil, Director of the Rowad 2030 Project, stated that the main objective of business clinics in Egypt has been offering business consultancy for entrepreneurs and startup owners, and distressed businesses.
She added that the business clinics initiative boosts sustainable entrepreneurship, offering a full support for the African youth in entrepreneurship and implementing their innovative ideas.
She stated that the launch of the Egyptian- African incubator reflected Egypt’s focus on empowering the youth to propel development in Africa.