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A lecture by Abou El-Enein at Nile University: “Lessons to Learn from Cleopatra Group Success”

  • Abu El-Enein lectures at Nile University and praises its educational and research services.
  • The state depends on young people for development.
  •  Egypt needs industrial zones all over the country.
  •  Egypt is currently experiencing a booming tourist and urban construction.
  •  I started my journey from the desert.
  •  I bet on young people and succeeded with them.
  •  Insistence and challenge are factors for the businessman’s success.
  •  Trained labor is a key factor for industrial development.


Businessman Mohamed Abou El-Enein, Chairman of Cleopatra Group, Honorary President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean and President of the Egyptian-European Business Council said that the Egyptian state is interested in youth and depends on them to achieve development and all its projects, stressing that he is confident that Egyptian youth are capable of creativity.

This came during a lecture delivered by him at Nile University under the title “The Most Successful Companies in Egypt: Lessons to Learn from Cleopatra Group”. He was received by a number of Deans of the University and Dr. Tarek Khalil, President of the University, who expressed his happiness for the visit and gave him an introductory explanation about the university and its scientific specialties.


Abou El-Enein spoke about his experience in the field of industry and investment in Egypt, the challenges he faced, and the factors of success of the industrialist to achieve near and long-term successes, pointing out that the industry is a factor to achieve progress in any country, and that the safe environment for investment is important to attract foreign capital inside the country in various fields.

During his lecture, he opened a discussion with the students of Nile University to answer their questions, stressing that young people are an essential pillar in achieving development, and that the Egyptian state depends on them for their confidence in the youth of Egypt and their ability to innovate and produce.


He said: “Trained labor are the most important element in industrial development, and for 30 years I have suffered from my investment in Egypt, because of the lack of trained labor and generations of education out of the labor market. We were looking for workers with creativity in design and proficiency in mechanics, so we moved to focus on labor training to implement the factories requirements.”