A golden opportunity to re-brand a positive image of Egypt.
Under the patronage of Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, Narrative PR Summit is kicking off on October 28th at the Four Seasons Nile Plaza. The summit aims at building the country's identity, with 23 high-profile political insiders and world business leaders taking part in the nation branding conversation.
Female representation is strong at Narrative PR Summit. The Egyptian government will be represented by three officials; Minister of Social Solidarity Ghada Waly, Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat, and First Deputy Minister of Housing Utilities and Urban Development Randa Al-Menshawy. The speakers lineup also includes international speakers from the private sector and civil society to convey their experience and vision towards a positive image of Egypt.
Thought leaders in the Egyptian ecosystem like MO4 Network's CEO and co-founder Amy Mowafi, Injaz Egypt's CEO Dina El-Mofty and IEvents' CEO Amr Mansi will be discussing why it's important to be proactive about the country's present to build a better future. Among the participants are the Samuel Werberg, US Department of State officer and spokesman of the US Embassy in Cairo, along with Aleksander Bodiroza, UNFPA Egypt Representative, as well as global affairs analyst Michael Bociurkiw who has an in-depth vision of technological and international developments.
Narrative PR Summit serves as an interaction between Egypt and many cultures that further promote the bonds of cooperation between Egypt and various countries of the world. It is considered a golden opportunity to re-brand a positive image of Egypt.
The international public relations summit was first launched by the full-fledged multi-disciplinary communications consulting agency CC Plus in October 2016 and has since become one of Egypt's major annual events featuring key opinion leaders, thinkers, experts, professionals, and celebrities.
Main Image: From previous Narrative PR Summit.
You can find out more on Narrative's website.
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