Mostafa Kamal, president of BUC, said the university is open now in front of investors of small and medium enterprises to receive the necessary training in workshops and university labs, and the application of innovative ideas in all industrial, agricultural and other fields.
Kamal said – during the opening of the First International Forum of BUC for the development of small and medium-sized enterprises, today – that the university-based experiments and mechanisms countries achieved great economic success, such as Italy, Japan and China as a result of their reliance on small and medium enterprise development childhood through the stages of training programs and rehabilitation.
For his part, Amr Etribi, Dean of the Faculty of Commerce Ain Shams University explained, that the university has recently signed a cooperation Protocol between BUC and its counterpart Ain Shams , as well as the College of Commerce in order to find the necessary coordination to provide ways for small and medium project support.
Etribi pointed out that small businesses are eligible to be real development locomotive that contribute to the events of real economic revival of the country.
Etribi pointed out that media play a great role to promote the culture of the establishment of small businesses and entrepreneurship because of its social and strategic role of the country, they are the primary source of job creation and the expansion of the ownership base, in addition to relying on local raw materials in the manufacturing reduce the dependence on imported raw materials .
For its part, he said Shirin Al Sabagh, Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, the of strategy 2030 recently adopted by the government, which is based on the development of small and medium enterprises , The ministry has a special unit now includes representatives from eight ministries, and work is in full swing for the completion of the initial legislation puts small businesses under the umbrella of a single unified entity.
Specialized Unit – also works as devise new methods reduce the bureaucracy and the difficulty of licensing, which hinder the development of small enterprises and entrepreneurship in Egypt.
Following Talaat Abdel Kawi, head of the General Federation of NGOs – during the activities of the First International Forum for the development of small and medium enterprises – 27.7% is the poverty rate announced by packing device statistics, recently, stressing that the interest of small businesses and micro is the solution to reduce poverty and create jobs new challenge of growing the worsening unemployment.