Vice President of the Enterprise Business Group of Huawei North Africa Leo Hongliang.
The Chinese Huawei Technologies, an information and communication technology solutions company, has announced the establishment of the Cairo New Campus Club (CNCC) on the sidelines of the New Network Solutions for Enterprise Summit that was held in Sharm El-Sheikh.
The company said the action came in partnership with more than 100 industrial partners in the field of education and urban expansion in Egypt aiming to develop new and smart network solutions for enterprises in the two sectors, which helps Egypt advance the Urban wheel development and digital transformation.
The New Network Solutions for Enterprise Summit included 26 participants from 19 entities from the education sector represented by the Ministry of Higher Education, 10 public universities, 8 private universities, and 24 companies from the real estate development sector.
Huawei aims to digitise all industries and different sectors through providing information and communication technologies and by providing new and smart network solutions to suit each sector and industry in order to achieve inclusive growth in the country, according to Leo Hongliang the Vice President of the Enterprise Business Group of Huawei North Africa.
“I am pleased with the establishment of Cairo New Campus Club by Huawei and the response of Huawei’s partners to this summit, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Of course, 2020 was undoubtedly a challenging year, and COVID-19 had a major negative impact on every aspect of life, which made us receive 2021 with new challenges but with the desire to overcome the epidemic and return the world towards the right track. Huawei continues its work by providing the latest technological solutions at the local level,” said Vincent Sun, the CEO of Huawei Egypt.
Nisreen Lashin the head of the investor support unit at Egypt’s Ministry of Finance stressed that the government is working hard to provide all facilities to investors to help them participate in the government’s efforts in achieving Egypt’s Vision 2030 through cooperation with social funds or foreign invested funds in education and building smart cities.