Cairo chamber of commerce & The Egyptian company For transferring data

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Monday - 25 February 2013 - 9:15 AM



Cairo chamber of commerce signed a co-protocol with the Egyptian company for transferring


data (TE data).



It is considered as a data communications and internet services provider to present an advanced


solutions to chamber members to contribute & enhance their performance and also improve


the technological infrastructure to various commercial sectors through exclusive offers


prescribed by the protocol.



The chairman eng. Ibrahim Elaraby stated that This protocol should be followed in the framework


of the chamber keen to provide the best services and innovative solutions for companies


to help them growing its business and improve its performance in accordance with the era


of changes and technological developments in the global markets.


It also seeks to support commercial branches with all its sectors.



This protocol supports small and medium enterprises associated with


the chamber whether current or expected through providing a package of services that


help investors, traders to improve their performance.  



The chairman said that this protocol will be disseminated at all chambers through the general


union of chambers of commerce to enable largest number of traders to take its advantage.



This protocol has been signed because both parties believe of the importance


of developing Egyptian projects especially traders in order to improve their activities


in accordance with this technological era Which depends on modern ways of trade


in the most of world countries.



Mr.Tamer Gadallah – the managing director was pleased in cooperation with one of the major


economic entity in the middle east, Cairo Chamber of commerce.



He expected that this protocol will achieve a huge success particularly there is a willingness


from both parties to support the trade sector with the most recent technological means.