HP announced the opening of its new premises in Smart Village, Egypt?s Technology business park
Under the patronage and presence of HE Dr Magued Osman, Egypt’s Minister of Communication and Information Technology, HP announced the opening of its new premises in Smart Village, Egypt’s Communication and Information Technology business park.
The event highlights the stability of the Egyptian economy, development of Egypt’s ICT sector that continues to attract international investment, and HP’s commitment and contribution to local businesses and governments.
“We are honoured to have such an auspicious opening for our Smart Village premises,” said Eyad Shihabi, Managing Director and Enterprise Business Lead, HP Middle East. “The investment into our new premises, increasing staff strength and growth is a testament to our commitment to the Egyptian people and the country.”
The 5,500 square metres HP premises in Smart Village will be its second major office in Cairo, with the first established in Nasr City which also serves as the country headquarters. At the new location, HP will accommodate the Enterprise Services Global Delivery Centre and go-to-market teams.
“In Egypt, we’re not just focused on commercial progress but also social investment, given the large, young Egyptian population who are well-positioned to take on a greater role in the ICT sector,” added Hussein Hamza, Managing Director and Enterprise Business lead, HP Egypt. “We’re laying particular emphasis in two areas: Innovation in Education and Entrepreneurship Education. At HP, we believe innovation in education is vital to developing the next generation of high-tech innovators and entrepreneurs.”