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Planning: Establishing a business incubator at Benha University to spread the culture of entrepreneurship


The Ministry of Planning and Economic Development, represented by the Rowad 2030 project, signed a cooperation agreement with Benha University, on spreading the culture of entrepreneurship and supporting the idea of ​​free work among young people through the One Million Entrepreneur Campaign, where the agreement was signed by Ghada Khalil, Director of the Rowad 2030 project represented by the Ministry of Planning and Dr. Nasser Al-Jerawi Acting President of Benha University.

 

Ghada Khalil, director of the Pioneers 2030 project at the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development, explained that it was agreed to establish a business incubator at Benha University in order to serve the university’s youth and encourage work in it, as this incubator contributes to supporting university students and graduates to develop their ideas to become projects on the ground.

 

Ghada Khalil added that the Rowad 2030 project aims mainly to stimulate the spirit of innovation and spread the culture of self-employment and entrepreneurship among all segments of society, especially young people who represent the main pillar for achieving the hopes and aspirations of the state, noting that the project identifies activities that help establish an integrated system. For innovation, through a number of activities, including organizing workshops and training courses to qualify students and youth in various fields of work.

 

For his part, Dr. Youssef Gharbawy, President of the University, praised the Rowad 2030 project, which aims to stimulate and enrich the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in Egypt, and Gharbawi presented the university’s shield to Dr. Ghada Khalil, director of the Rowad 2030 project, due to the effort the project exerts in caring for youth support, and for its pioneering role in Spreading the culture of entrepreneurship and self-employment among them.

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