Daily Digest Tuesday 17 November 2020
Funding In North Africa
Elsewedy Electric Secures US$54M Tenders For Toshka Transformer Substations
Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy and the Elsewedy Electric for Trading and Distribution signed the contracts which will see the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) construct the Toshka 4 transformer station of the gas-isolated type, under the turnkey system, at a value of EGP 410 million (US$28.21m). Read more
Bank Of Alexandria Secures US$6M From Saudi Arabia To Finance Digital Transformation
Egypt’s Minister of International Cooperation, Rania Al-Mashat, said that the Saudi Grant Management Committee funding for the Bank of Alexandria will strengthen financing mechanisms to support small, medium and micro enterprises, and create job opportunities. Read more
Tunisian 3D Startup Onboard Raises 175K
Funding In East Africa
Uganda MSMEs Receive $500 000 Grant
The Crude Oil Pipeline Technical Assistance project aims to assist local Ugandan MSMEs by providing them with the opportunity to access new markets and build connections with regional, national, and international companies. Read more
How Small Businesses Can Build Employee Engagement [Opinion]
As much as it sounds dry and corporate, employee engagement matters as much for smaller businesses as for large organisations. It’s not to be confused with concepts such as ‘employee satisfaction’ or workplace happiness. Read more
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