Mai Medhat: Entrepreneurship in the Middle East are ready for global markets

Jul

4

2016

Medhat Mai believes that entrepreneurs in the Middle East and North Africa are ready to compete on the world stage.

The statement came after he got the opportunity to attend on the same platform to the main side of the US Barack Obama, social networking site Facebook Mark Zuckerberg and founder, along with astronauts and other acts of Rwanda and Peru, and so at the crossroads of the pioneers of global agenda for 2016, and held state California silicon Valley in the United States.

During the session, Mai, who serves as CEO of Eventtus talk about the basic idea behind the company.

She said: “It started an attempt to meet the needs and to identify the gap could be filled by technology. And it is one of the basics of any business pioneer and successful in the world is the ability to recognize and define needs, understand how wonderful technology that provides solutions and fill this need, and are studying the possibility of making this is already happening. That’s really what we’re doing on a daily basis in Eventtus, as always looking for new ways to develop and improve communication during events for attendees and organizers alike. ”

In a very short time since the establishment of Eventtus able to take your first steps towards expansion, where the opening of its first office in Dubai, and has since become Eventtus partner in most of the activities and events of entrepreneurship in the Middle East, and has more than 800 structured events using Eventtus to manage most of the organization 7500 happened.

Eventtus and works with clients such as Harvard Arab Weekend United States, DMG Events, ArabNet, and the summit of RiseUp and is currently working with Dubai Expo 2020.

Mai said: “This opportunity comes once in a lifetime, and the moment I arrived after a journey full of challenges with my partner Nihal and team work, which endured a lot to communicate Eventtus become successful events that have become the platform today.”

She added: “What I have learned through this meeting is that the challenges faced by business leaders around the world are broadly similar: funding, resources, and legal infrastructure, banking that serve the emerging nature of the business.”

She continued: “I felt a lot of hope and optimism with regard to the climate of entrepreneurship in our region while sitting with President Obama, and one of the most important business leaders in the world Marc Zukirbj.”

And completed the Mi: “We have seen many success stories over the past years came from the Middle East such as Kijami Wuzzuf, and Instabug the tremendous success of the summit RiseUp Entrepreneurship. Yes, we face challenges, but we are well on our steadily. ”

Referred to the Global Entrepreneurship Conference is an initiative launched by President Obama to Egypt during his speech at Cairo University in 2009 on behalf of a new beginning in which he pledged to host the summit for Entrepreneurship to identify how we can deepen ties between business leaders, foundations, and avant-garde community in the United States and Muslim communities around the world”.

This Summit was the seventh in a series of meetings organized by the United States in cooperation with the governments of Turkey and the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Morocco and Kenya.

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