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Oppo led Chinese top selling smartphone companies, with a market share of 22% of mid-range smartphone sales, whose prices range from $400 to $600.
Chinese companies take over the largest share of the sales of smartphones in Africa, where the total share of Chinese companies’ smartphone sales is estimated to be 59%.
Chinese smartphone companies control over a third of the sales of the Egyptian market, according to StatCounter’s index in August.
Raya Contact Center, the Egyptian provider of comprehensive business process outsourcing (BPO) services, announced signing a long-term lease agreement to rent a 8,400 sqm semi-finished facility in West-Cairo’s Smart Village business park. This new mega facility is expected to host 1,500 workstation/seat capacity, which would be utilised in serving the growing demand for offshore BPO …
We plan to boost services in Saudi Arabia, launch new products, says Barsoum
This year, the number of participants reached 560, with a total of 40 independent games. Only 14 games were selected to participate in the exhibition
500 IT decision makers, top executives attended
Sector witnessed positive changes in last period, notably launch of 4G
Company organises annual e-commerce summit to discuss future of industry, highlight challenges
Talat stressed the importance of benefiting of the WB’s expertise in supporting strategies for the transition to a digital economy
Feature available to users in 15 countries across Middle East
Notably, Apple’s share grew by almost 5% compared to July, when Apple’s market share was 37.2%.
Apple ranked third on list with market share of 11% followed by Xiaomi with 9%
Platform has curricula of Ministry of Education throughout all grades
Ministerial committee formed from three ministries: MCIT, Military Production, Education
The Dryve car rental platform agreed with Uber, a peer-to-peer ridesharing, to offer vehicles for its licensed drivers, in partnership with French AXA multinational insurance. According to dryve, car owners can earn EGP 5,000-12,000 per month. Last month, Uber Egypt and Nacita AutoCare announced the launch of the first Rent to Own vehicle solutions programme …
Machines to be standardised at metro stations in future
Company has two smartphones models, plans to launch two more, targets 5% market share by end-2019
Blockchain enables safe, secure, non-repudiable exchange of value, allowing all aspects of life to be easily interchanged
Aman agrees with Telecom Egypt to provide instalment services at its POS, says Moghazy
Huawei continues to push forward with 16.4% of market
Data Services main engine of telecommunications sector, accounting for 30% of revenues, says Hegazy
Egypt’s digital exports estimated to be worth over $3bn, plans in pipeline for further increases
We will do number of investment incentives, mainly tax exemption of 50% for investors in technological parks, says Talaat
While seniors don’t have the same level of Internet adoption as millennials, recent studies have shown that elderly people are now more connected than ever.
The payment process is the last step made by customers when they shop online. This process results in customers becoming your regular clients, and if they did not have a good experience, this would certainly affect the possibility of them coming back to purchase something from you again. Regardless of the type of products or …
Egypt-based BasharSoft, the owner of the recruitment platform Forasna, signed a cooperation protocol with the Ministry of Social Solidarity to participate in the “Opportunity Initiative” launched by the ministry to provide decent job opportunities for young individuals looking for job opportunities. Amir Sharif, chief executive officer of BasharSoft, said that the new protocol aims to …
We help develop start-ups to continue growing, says Samir
Egypt’s electronic payment network Fawry aims to increase the value of its financial transactions to EGP 40bn by the end of this year, compared to EGP 25bn last year, said Mohamed Okasha, managing director of Fawry. He added that the company plans to increase its outlets to 100,000 by the end of 2018 compared to …
The three mobile operators—Vodafone, Orange, and Etisalat—lost many clients in May, as mobile users fell to 96.4 million from 97.6 million, a loss of over 1.1 million users. Vodafone was the company to lose the least amount of its clients in May, with only 104,300 users lost. The company’s clients dropped from 42.1 million in …