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Egyptian market recovering in healthy manner, potential of market substantial, says Al-Taiyeb
Company’s goal to improve lives of 3 billion people a year by 2025, Altaiyeb
The vendor programme will focus on providing leasing solutions to healthcare startups and SMEs
Philips is working to employ LED street lighting technology across Egypt, says the company’s country manager for north and east Africa
Mobile clinic serves 1,000 patients a month in poverty-stricken community
We are in discussions in Egypt about manufacturing consumer products with local private companies, says JJ Van Douneng
Potential growth prospects provide a very positive outlook for the Egyptian market, says Abul Ghar
Local production shows a strong sign of commitment for Philips, says Koning
Several Dutch companies are planning to enter Egyptian market, Ambassador says
Daily News Egypt sat with Tamer Abol Ghar, CEO of Philips North East Africa, to identify the company’s plans in 2015.
Philips donated a new lighting scheme for the mansion but the site still needs a lot work before it can be considered a touristic or cultural heritage site
Philips Egypt’s CEO says the company is introducing the first generation of solar powered LED lighting solutions for Egypt and Africa
Haqfet Elgallas becomes the first village to operate with solar lighting
Royal Philips sees potential in the Egyptian market. In an exclusive interview with Phillips Consumer Lifestyle Commercial and Organizational Leader, Olaf Koning, DNE explores what makes the market so attractive for the company and also finds out about Phillips’ consumer lifestyle products in Egypt.