GE Africa (Lagos)
Arab Youth Can Provide the Spark for Regional Innovation
For more than five years, GE has been a partner to Injaz Al Arab's programs across the region, including in Algeria, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt. Injaz Al Arab's Expand Your Horizons program to encourage young people aged 16-24 to consider employment with private companies or to build their own companies, as they pursue innovation and entrepreneurship. Read more. More about GE Africa in this BRIEFING.
North Africa: Arab Youth Can Provide the Spark for Regional Innovation
GE Africa, 16 February 2017
Innovation. How to nurture and tap it is on the minds of every CEO and managing director across the region and the world. So, what's the secret ingredient that companies should be… Read more »
Rania Rostom, Chief Innovation Officer for GE Middle East, North Africa & Turkey, said, “GE recognizes the tremendous potential that this region’s youth have to offer companies of all sizes, and the broader economy as a whole.
In a conversation about innovation and disruption, a group of regional startup leaders in North Africa and the Middle East talk about harnessing innovation and managing the ... Read more »
Hundreds of startups, co-working spaces, technology hubs, accelerators and incubators are springing up in North Africa and the Middle East. Rania Rostom, Chief Innovation Officer ... Read more »
GE talks about the "power of 1%, which reflects the insight that even small marginal improvements in efficiency, availability and productivity can have on the performance and Read more »