On November 19th, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly officially opened the new headquarters of Capgemini at Cairo Festival City. The French company, which has been in operation for over 55 years, is a global leader in business and technology transformation services. Capgemini provides a range of solutions including cloud infrastructure technologies, data analysis, artificial intelligence, software development and digital engineering.
The CEO of Capgemini Group, Aiman Ezzat, highlighted the firm’s commitment to meeting all business needs with the new Egyptian headquarters designed to accommodate up to 1600 employees. This expansion reflects Capgemini’s continued growth and commitment to delivering innovative solutions to its clients. The new location will provide a hub for Capgemini’s team of experts to collaborate and deliver cutting-edge services to clients across various industries.
Prime Minister Madbouly praised Capgemini’s contribution to Egypt’s economy and expressed his confidence that the company will continue to drive innovation and growth in the country. With its state-of-the-art facilities and highly skilled workforce, Capgemini is well positioned to play a key role in shaping Egypt’s future as a leading technology hub in the region.