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DELTA is a non-profit organization that works as a IT businesses hub committed to develop a solid base of Entrepreneurship and Innovation culture to serve developing an IT Industry in Nile Delta Of ...

DELTA is a non-profit organization that works as a IT businesses hub committed to develop a solid base of Entrepreneurship and Innovation culture to serve developing an IT Industry in Nile Delta Of Egypt.



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  • Work Together ( don’t Reinvent the wheel)Collaboration With Governmental Entities (MCIT,ITIDA, SECC, RITI, TIEC, SFD)Semi-Governmentals like CITNon-profit Organizations (Nozom (Access to students), EITESAL, ASITA, MasrElKher)Academia (Mansoura University, Tanta University, etc. , ITI)Multinationals Companies (Microsoft BizPark , IBM, Oracle)Bridge Programs (Scan and bridge) 1.transfer to delta and 2.Qualify Companies to participate Training (RITI RAMP, SECC, CIT, ITI, EduEgypt)Capacity Building (Marketing, HR consultation)Software Process Improvement (Agile, SPI for SME)International Certification (PMI certification, Technology Certification (Microsoft, Oracle, IBM), Quality CMMI)Incubation (Startups incubation with SFD, TIEC, MasrElkher, etc)Access To Finance (Nile Stocks, EGX, SFD)Access to qualified resources (ITI, Training Centers)Localization (not just bridging As is)Scanning & Surveying the IT Market DELTA Database, companies, specializations, capacityGraduates Database, ITI , Local Training CentersPrioritizing Programs (HR,marketing,Finance)Customizing Programs to suit our local needsCommunity Awareness ( Increase Local Demands in Local Governments, Delta Industries)Local ProgramsTTP: Technopreneurship Training ProgramPenetrating Saudi Market (Back office development house specially with saudization )Delta Award (Best SW Package, Mobile App Award, Fast growing Company, Best Entrepreneurial Idea)Promoting Global Trends (promote Specialization in Technology and verticals)Give Exposure for local companies about technology trendsPromote Local Patterns to focusing a flavor for the delta (Mobile Apps, Products)Promoting BusinessScanning & Surveying the Verticals (Database for Government,Verticals, Contacts,needs,opportunities)Saudi Market SpecializationPromote SpecializationLocal GovernmentRetail Event
  • Self FinancingGovernance (Board Renewal)
  • EntrepreneurshipTTP: Technopreneurship Training Program (Dar El Mostasmer El Araby)TrainingRAMP Training Program with RITIMicrosoft SharePoint TrainingWindows Azure, Windows phone With Microsoft
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  • DELTA Technopreneurs Association Launching Activities Ceremony
  • Welcoming Introducing DELTA NGO Collaboration Agreement With DELTA TTP Program CPS Program
  • DELTA Technopreneurs Association Launching Activities Ceremony Introducing DELTA Ahmed Ibrahim DELTA Chairman
  • Introduction About DELTA How Establishment Programs
  • Facts About Delta Of The Nile NASA Oct 28, 2010 One of the fascinating aspects of viewing Earth at night is how well the lights show the distribution of people in Egypt
  • Facts About Delta Of The Nile 7 governorate With Total Population of 29,562,663 Population 7000000 6,091,249 6000000 5,623,639 5,415,375 5000000 4,491,977 4000000 3,706,194 2,979,258 3000000 2000000 1,254,971 1000000 Source: Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics 0 Dakahlia Damietta Sharkia Kafr ElSheikh Gharbia Menoufeia Behera
  • Facts About Delta Of The Nile 36% of Egypt’s Populations inhabit Governorates of Delta Population Others 27680132 34% Delta 29562663 36% Delta Greater Cairo Alexandria Others Alexandria 4564979 5% Source: Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics Greater Cairo 20742203 25%
  • Facts About Delta Of The Nile 87,237 Graduates from Governmental Universities in Delta in 2012/2011 Delta Universities Graduates 2011/2012 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 Source: Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics MANSOURA UNIVERSITY TANTA UNIVERSITY ZAGAZIG UNIVERSITY MENOUFIA UNIVERSITY KAFR DAMANHOUR DAMITTA ELSHEIKH UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY
  • Facts About Delta Of The Nile Delta Graduates are 26% of the total 334,203 Egyptians graduates Greater Cairo 88493 27% Others 128197 38% Greater Cairo Delta Alex 30276 9% Source: Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics Delta 87237 26% Alex Others
  • DELTA is a non-profit organization that works as a IT businesses hub committed to develop a solid base of Entrepreneurship and Innovation culture to serve developing an IT Industry in Nile Delta Of To Develop and promote an IT entrepreneurial culture and Creative mindset in the society where IT Startups can establish, run and grow an IT Business. To be the Leading IT Business Association that grows the IT Industry service in Delta of Egypt to targeting a significant impact on Delta's society and Egypt's economy.
  • • • • • • • Governmental Entities Local Non-Profit Organization Semi-Governmentals Academia Multinationals Companies International Peers NGOs • • • • • • • Training Capacity Building Software Process Improvement International Certification Entrepreneurship & Incubation Access to finance Access to qualified resources • • • • • • Scanning & Surveying the IT Market Prioritizing Programs Customizing Programs Community awareness Local Programs Promoting Global Trends • • Scanning & Surveying the Verticals Promote Specialization
  • • New Location in Mansoura • Training Class Room • Meeting Room • • • EITESAL Collaboration Agreement Donations from Board & Members Membership fees • • • GM (Mohamed Abdelmaksod) Services & Membership Coordinator (Zahraa EmadEldien) Accountant (Yasser Galal) 30 Member 21 Companies from Mansoura, Mahalla , Tanta , Damitta & Kafr El Shekh. 9 Individuals
  • • TTP: Technopreneurship Training Program with Arab Entrepreneur House (Dec 13) • RAMP Training Program with RITI (23 Dec) • • Microsoft SharePoint Training Windows Azure, Windows phone With Microsoft (18,19 Dec) • • • • BizPark with Microsoft Penetrate the Saudi Market (Dec 13) ITIDA Programs Awareness (Jan 14) CPS Program with EITESAL
  • Thanks
  • Introducing Welcoming DELTA NGO Collaboration Agreement With DELTA TTP Program CPS Program