In a grand ceremony held at Cairo Festival City, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly officially cut the ribbon on Capgemini’s new headquarters. The French business and technology transformation firm, which has been in operation for over 55 years, specializes in cloud infrastructure technologies, data, artificial intelligence, software, and digital engineering. According to a statement released on November 19th, the company is well-equipped to meet all business needs.
The CEO of Capgemini Group, Aiman Ezzat, emphasized the importance of the new Egyptian headquarters in supporting the country’s economic growth and development. The facility is designed to accommodate up to 1600 employees and will serve as a hub for innovation and excellence in the fields of technology and business transformation.
“We are excited about this new chapter in our journey,” said Ezzat. “Capgemini has always been committed to providing cutting-edge solutions that help businesses succeed. With this new headquarters, we can continue to grow our team and expand our capabilities.”
The inauguration was attended by key stakeholders from both government and industry sectors. It was a testament to Egypt’s continued efforts to attract foreign investment and promote economic growth through innovation and technology.