Engineer Ibrahim El-Araby, President of the General Federation of Chambers of Commerce and President of the Cairo Chamber, called on the heads of the qualitative divisions of the Cairo Chamber of Commerce, including makers, traders and service providers, for an emergency and expanded meeting to discuss the Chamber’s development plan, which includes all activities affiliated with the Chamber through the vision of each sector in line with the state’s general development plan 2030. .
A large number of Cairo Chamber’s board of directors, heads of qualitative commercial divisions in various activities, and the work team of the Arab Organization for Industrialization involved in implementing the Chamber’s development plan in accordance with the protocol of joint cooperation between the two sides participated in the meeting.
Eng. Ibrahim El-Araby said that development and keeping pace with the state’s plan, Egypt’s Vision 2030, requires everyone’s solidarity and a study of all visions and proposals, which is what we seek by discussing the opinions of all commercial divisions in order to develop a comprehensive development plan in the Chamber that includes our members and the Chamber’s administrative apparatus to implement the development plan that is among the Its axes are preparing the infrastructure to implement the digital transformation system and financial inclusion.
And Al-Araby opened a language of dialogue between the audience and the work team concerned with implementing the development plan to discuss all opinions and proposals and respond to inquiries according to the vision and nature of each sector to implement a development plan that matches the levels of international chambers, in accordance with a work strategy aimed at comprehensive development in all aspects of administrative and economic work in the Chamber. With the aim of returning to our affiliates to develop and develop all services that meet the needs of their commercial, industrial and service projects, keep pace with global economic developments, and contribute to supporting our national economy.
Al-Arabi called for studying all the proposals and inquiries that are raised by the various commercial divisions to take them into consideration during the implementation of the Chamber’s work development strategy in accordance with the modern global technological systems in all transactions, with the aim of achieving a qualitative leap in performance at all levels, with regard to the human factor, which is considered Real wealth and the basic basis for the success of institutions, as the human factor is the one who implements plans and strategies despite the great progress in technological means, and therefore we focus on developing and developing human cadres economically and administratively in line with global development.
Al-Arabi stressed the importance of development, keeping pace with what is happening locally and globally, and taking into account the implementation of future plans and visions that depend on the digitization of all economic and administrative transactions in order to achieve a qualitative leap that goes in line with our country’s development plan 2030, which benefits our national economy, which we all work to support along with The country that has achieved great and varied successes in the recent period at all levels with regard to development plans and Egypt’s Vision 2030 and 2050.