On November 19th, Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly officially opened the new headquarters of Capgemini, a leading business and technology transformation firm. The French company, which has been operating for 55 years, specializes in cloud infrastructure technologies, data analytics, artificial intelligence, software development, and digital engineering to address a wide range of business needs. According to Capgemini Group CEO Aiman Ezzat, the new Egyptian headquarters is designed to accommodate up to 1600 employees.
The opening ceremony was attended by numerous high-profile guests and dignitaries from Egypt’s government and business community. During his speech, Prime Minister Madbouly emphasized the importance of fostering innovation and technology advancement in Egypt’s economic growth and development. He also praised Capgemini’s commitment to investing in Egypt’s talent pool and creating job opportunities for local residents.
Capgemini’s new headquarters reflects its continued commitment to Egypt as a key market for its services. The company has been working with several major Egyptian clients across various sectors such as finance, healthcare, telecommunications, and retail. With its cutting-edge facilities and expertise in emerging technologies, Capgemini is well positioned to help drive Egypt’s digital transformation agenda.
As part of the opening ceremony, Prime Minister Madbouly also unveiled several other initiatives aimed at promoting entrepreneurship and innovation in Egypt. These include the creation of a new entrepreneurship hub at Cairo Festival City that will provide startups with access to resources and funding opportunities.