Giza Chamber of Commerce and Amiri Press Sign up for Digitization
The Giza Chamber of Commerce has signed a cooperation protocol with the General Authority for Amiri Press for a period of five years, subject to renewal.
This is within the framework of the cooperative role played by the Chamber of Commerce to cooperate with government agencies and institutions in order to increase services for vendors and the Chamber at the same time. Mohamed Imbabi, Chairman of the Giza Chamber of Commerce, said that the protocol comes within the framework of the Chamber’s approach to providing the largest number of services in cooperation with state bodies and institutions for fruitful coordination with the aim of saving time and effort in a manner that serves the public interest and the economic and commercial movement at the same time. He added that the Chamber implements the directions of the state and the vision of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of the necessity of digitizing documents and services.
In a recent press statement, Imbabi revealed that the agreement aims to achieve six main objectives, namely printing and supplying all publications of the Chamber, including books, records, etc.; supplying a variety of printing and copying paper; providing a comprehensive encyclopedia of Egyptian laws, legislations, and provisions; using the authority’s technical and logistical support; electronic archiving; and digitalization of documents, advertising campaigns, and banners.