On November 19th, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly officially opened the new headquarters of Capgemini, a business and technology transformation firm located at Cairo Festival City. The French company, which has been in operation for 55 years, specializes in cloud infrastructure technologies, data, artificial intelligence, software, and digital engineering to address various business needs, according to Capgemini Group CEO Aiman Ezzat. The new Egyptian headquarters is designed to house up to 1600 employees.
Capgemini is a leading global consulting firm that helps businesses transform and thrive in an increasingly digital world. With the new headquarters in Cairo Festival City, the company aims to expand its operations and better serve clients in the region.
The new building features modern facilities and amenities to provide a comfortable work environment for employees. It also includes state-of-the-art technology infrastructure to support the company’s business operations and enable it to deliver high-quality services to its clients.
According to Prime Minister Madbouly, the opening of Capgemini’s new headquarters is a significant milestone for Egypt’s economic development. He praised the company’s commitment to investing in Egypt’s future and creating job opportunities for local residents.
“We are thrilled to welcome Capgemini as a key partner in our country’s transformation,” said Prime Minister Madbouly. “The opening of this new headquarters represents not only an investment in Egypt’s future but also a vote of confidence in our ability to attract top talent and drive innovation.”