Under the patronage of the Prime Minister and the League of Arab States, the Egyptian Businesswomen's Association 21, chaired by Dr. Yomna Al-Sharidi, held its annual international conference in its sixth edition, under the title "Women of Success Partners - Digitizing the Economic Environment for Small and Medium Enterprises", from 22-25 February in Cairo Sharm El-Sheikh, delegations from more than 25 Arab, European and African countries, including business leaders, participated in the conference, especially after the various conferences in which members of the association participated in Kenya, Korea and Tunisia.
The conference was held under the auspices of Engineer Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister and in this context, Dr. Youmna Al-Sharidi, President of the Egyptian Businesswomen Association 21: "The Association holds its conference this year to complement its active role in supporting the role of women in economic and social development, adding that this year witnesses full coordination with the delegations of businesswomen in various countries in order to enhance dialogue and maintain communication channels with Officials and business leaders to deal with available opportunities and activate and benefit from cooperation. "
She emphasized that the Egyptian Businesswomen Association 21 includes many companies, including the industrial sectors and more than a vital field, explaining that the association has carried out more than a variety of missions around the world, in Africa such as Kenya, Morocco, Algeria, Mauritius, Tunisia, and Asian countries such as Korea, and Europe such as Germany and Spain Italy, the Czech Republic.
The conference includes many workshops over 3 consecutive days in Sharm El Sheikh Governorate, during which the new generation of the Internet, artificial intelligence, and best practices of small and medium enterprises will be discussed.
This year this conference will be sponsored by a group of companies and institutions, including the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the Egyptian Bank for Export Development (EBE), Exxon Mobil, Coca-Cola, Siemens, Egypt Air, Nola and Jupiter Combs.