According to the President of the Republic His Excellency Abd Al Fattah Al Sisi‘s initiative for supporting youth, entrepreneurship, owners of the micro, medium, and small enterprises and connecting them to scientific research in addition to industrial and production clusters, Aswan university acting president Prof. Ayman Othman said that today Aswan university started a training course for academic staff on offering non-financial services and technical support to emerging enterprises as part of the agreement between Aswan university and  Enrowt Company for Development and preparing construct Massar Center for Developing Production Clusters.

For his part, Prof. Othman added that Massar Business Incubators will be constructed in Aswan university and will include a service center for developing small and medium enterprises in technical cooperation with Enrowt Company for Consultations according to the aforementioned protocol.

Massar Business Incubators for improving small and medium enterprises aims at hosting emerging enterprises and innovations for achieving social and economic benefits to Aswan governorate and motivating creation among Aswan youth to create a new generation of entrepreneurs.

Dr. Magdi Mohammed Ali, the project coordinator and the previous vice president, pointed at the significance of the courses regarding supporting entrepreneurs and the owners of emerging projects as well as the significance of  improving production clusters in the field of agricultural work, livestock, waste management, and handcrafts in order to create a new generation of creators with innovative technological and environmental solutions.

The center aims at connecting Aswan university to donors and specialized development agencies to create an environment for sustainable economic and social development as well as Egypt Central Bank’s program to confront technological and scientific challenges for creating generations of entrepreneurs.

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