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50 EGP /d
Business Yard, Cairo

Business Yard


Business Yard is where you can reach out for pro bono consulting, mentorship, educational programs and plenty of informa... More

75 EGP /d



Flexible plans and versatile spaces, WOORK HUB provides a cool coworking space for individuals who seek a work atmosphere... More

25 EGP /d
TYT Dokki, Giza

TYT Dokki


With a helpful team,high speed wi-fi, five different rooms and a shared space, you will feel focused, comfortable and hap... More

50 EGP /d
302labs, Cairo



A coworking space founded by freelancers who prefer working in a professional and comfortable space other than home or a ... More

Recent reviews in Egypt

Quiet place and well organized Appropriate for start ups for doing successful business
Adib Soliman
From the best co-working spaces u will need :)
Rene Fady
really i felt relaxed ,and finished all my tasks in a very comfortable environment internet was fast and... Show More
Marina Adel
The excellent place i seen yet
Paula JaǮcoub

Egypt is a transcontinental country that has already had an "Internet Revolution". The government totally blacked out the Internet. The revolution was instigated by the cries of its young citizens that the Internet was too expensive, too slow and customer service was terrible, due to Telecom Egypt having a monopoly on the service. It was claimed that there was no political agenda at all. Egypt was an "Internet Enemy" from 2006 to 2010, but is now on the "watch list" of the Reporters without Borders along with numerous other countries in relation to Internet freedom.

Egypt is officially known as the Arab Republic of Egypt with a history spanning eons and was one of the world's first nation states. Considered to be the cradle of civilization, it is famous for its ancient wonders that glorify its past such as the Great Sphinx and the Valley of the Kings. It is the most populous country in North Africa and the Arab World with about 90 million souls walking its soil. The majority of its citizens live near the banks of the Nile River in densely peopled cities such as Cairo and Alexandria. It had considerable political, cultural and military influence in North Africa, the Middle East and the Muslim world with a huge diversified economy. This has changed over the last 5 years of political turmoil, as it has become inward looking and politically marginalized. Its technology sector is growing, with 54.6% in 2014 of its population connected, with more than a quarter of its citizens using Internet cafes to get on line.

Despite the hiccup, Egypt has seen a number of startups happen with one, "RecycloBekia" (collects and recycles electronic waste) created by a team of students from the Tanta University, going from strength to strength to now selling approximately 2.4 million dollars worth of electronic waste on an annual basis.

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