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Youth to Business Forum 2015 in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina ~ AIESEC Alexandria



Event Coverage & Photography: Mahmoud Mansi

An annual event organized by AIESEC is the Youth to Business Forum, which works on bridging the gap between the students and fresh graduates and between the entrepreneurial world of multinationals and startups.


This year the event was held in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, in the Great Hall with more than 400 attendees.


Seven speakers from different educational and professional backgrounds were invited to each influence the audience in a different way.


The event started by the speech of Eng. Omar Keshta the President of AIESEC Alexandria explaining the world problems and global threats facing the economy, environment and the human race in general. Upon these problems the future business trend will be built.

The event started by Ms. Nashwa, founder of U Lead organization. In her speech she drew the attention of the audience towards different meanings of leadership, and that one could be an employee who isn’t in a managing position yet an effective leader in the company. Ms. Nashwa shared with the audience 3 different researches experimenting the success of leaders. The most common factor was not education or money, it was the ability to be humane with others.


Mr. Mahmoud Mansi, introduced as an HR Professional and an Entrepreneur, was the second speaker. He mainly tackled different themes such as what to avoid writing in your CV, how to answer certain interview questions, and as a startup owner how to be creative and invent your own interview questions. He also stated that many students and employees face a problem that they doubt their careers or field of study, and he stated that this is very natural for a person to find himself/herself having many interests and talents because “we were not created to be defined by one job title”. Mr. Mahmoud ended his speech by stating that in order to become a Monopolist in the business world you should be a follower and a leader in several projects.


The third speech was led by two representatives on the HR recruitment team of ECCO company for outsourcing. The main speech was led by Mr. Ahmed Helmy who was guiding the audience towards avoiding mistakes that candidates seek daily in their interviews while applying for a job, and how to avoid cliché answers. Mr. Ahmed also gave tips for the audience on how to find a job which leads to a promising career and gave examples from his own personal life on how he ended up working in his field and position now.



After the third speech the break started. The audience was very energetic and there was a very strong engagement with each other and with the speakers. The audience was very enthusiastic and they handed their CVs to the partners and filled AIESEC internships applications.

After 30 minutes the forth speech started which was led by Ms. Tasnim from IGUOMI, who mainly spoke about the importance of having a website, and the success factors of a powerful website. As she explained the services her organization offers she revealed the importance of E-Marketing, SEO, and the importance of being recognized by search engines such as Google.


Mr. Mahmoud Kamal, the Founder of El Tawkeel online news platform explained in the fifth speech the importance of sharpening your talent besides paving your road towards education. He explained how his talent in writing and journalism made him a very successful person at the age of 17, and how this led him to start his own brilliant online newspaper that is focused on car news only. He also shared how important it is for the Founder to know how to do everything in his/her own business.


The sixth speaker Dr. Aly Fayed – co-founder of Nutellopia highlighted the power of volunteering, and he also highlighted the power of having your own project. He spoke about how the price of your name increases in the HR market when you have your own project, and how he was accepted in an interview with a reputable job title for this reason, yet he chose to invest all his time in his own company. He also spoke about education and though he graduated from Pharmacy but he didn’t choose the traditional career path. He ended his speech stating that one does not have to be an entrepreneur in order to be successful. He ends his speech by his amazing philosophy, “Not all entrepreneurs are happy but every happy person is an entrepreneur.”


The seventh and last speech was led by Mr. Mahmoud Nooman – Co Founder of Ma3mal co-working space. He started his speech by joking and blaming the previous speaker for saying everything he wanted to say. Therefore he didn’t use the presentation and slideshows he prepared. His talk strongly focused on analyzing the new “trend” of startups and entrepreneurship and how many people are following this trend without solid experience and providing a solid output to the society. He reinforces his words by stating that your goal should not become being an entrepreneur but the goal should be in your usefulness to the environment around you. Mr. Mahmoud also spoke about his new project, a mobile application called “Bobzem” which helps people exchange their business cards virtually.


In the end two representatives from AIESEC, Ibrahim Serag and Ahmed Shafick, presented the “Youth Speak” project ( This is a global project organized by the UN in order to collect the voices of the youth worldwide and include their ideas in the global future plan.


Eng. Omar Keshta gave a final closing with a motivational speech and sharing the current plan of AIESEC Alexandria towards the society.



Interview with Eureka (ICS Learn Student) Customer Service Agent – Qatar Airways



Interviewer: Mariham Magdy

1. HR Revolution Middle East: Welcome to HR Revolution Middle East Magazine. It’s a great pleasure to have the opportunity to make this interview with you.

What special recommendations would you share with CIPD students to encourage them to progress in their study?

ICS Learn Student:

Going through a period of change is very challenging and emotionally draining with the end outcome almost always unforeseeable. Everything seems to be unpredictable, but that is okay! Take some time to adapt to this new situation, accept it as positive reinforcement to yourself. Add value to yourself. Break through the situations in life. Continuing to learn will bring you academic and professional value to be the person whom you always want to be.

2- HR Revolution Middle East: How did the online set-up provided by ICS learn supported you to finish your CIPD Certification?

ICS Learn Student:

As a CIPD student, I am very glad that I choose ICS Learn as my platform. The online set-ups are very easy to go through and convenient to manage time. Especially as I am a full-time worker, it is very challenging to manage time for study or attend classes. However, ICS Learn supports you with recorded classes and fast responsive tutor support. That connection always made me feel that I was in a live classroom.

3- HR Revolution Middle East:  To what extent do you believe that the CIPD has helped you to progress on your professional path and opened new doors for different career opportunities?

ICS Learn Student:

CIPD is an internationally recognised professional body. Most employer’s value and recognize the professional certification of CIPD. Being a CIPD Member gives professional values to my CV, especially in the field of Human Resources Management.

4- HR Revolution Middle East: How did your HR practice at your organization changed after acquiring the CIPD certification?

ICS Learn Student:

My organization recognized me as an HR student as I am successfully achieving my professional qualifications with CIPD. I feel more confident as they look at me as someone whom they can rely on professionally at any given task.

5- HR Revolution Middle East: What special support have you received from your Tutors at ICS Learn that evidently helped you to finalize your certification?

ICS Learn Student:

During my study period, the support that I received from all ICS Learn tutors is special. Personalized feedback with regards to any assessments helped to achieve pass grades. I highly appreciate that all my tutors are available to answer or clarify any inquires related to my assignments or theoretical doubts in the one-to-one online chat forum.

6- HR Revolution Middle East: The online administrative support is one of the most important things an online global learner need, how was it flexible to proceed with such important certification through the online platform of ICS Learn?

ICS Learn Student:

ICS Learn is one of the best and most recommended online learning providers. The online admin support is a click away as we all are connected in different time zones in the world. That is very important as an online global learner. They do not only support academically but also technically. As a path connecter to the CIPD body, ICS Learn have a very professional admin team.

7- HR Revolution Middle East: How did your problem-solving techniques changed in dealing with HR challenges after finalizing your CIPD certification?

ICS Learn Student:

As an HR student, a CIPD qualification will enrich you with academic techniques. I have improved lots of skills that are helping me to handle challenges in a patient and professional manner. All the studies are practical scenarios rather than theoretical ones which allows me to improve as an individual and improve my behaviours as a people person.

8- HR Revolution Middle East: What would be your next academic degree in mind after the CIPD?

ICS Learn Student:

I would like to do a master’s degree in Human Resources Management.

9- HR Revolution Middle East: Do you believe HR/L&D professionals shall create communities of practice to encourage one another in finalizing their CIPD certifications and nurture the profession that way?

ICS Learn Student:

Yes, I do believe so. Being connected to a community that is driven by the same goals and targets is encouraging. It also helps to build confidence and practice some of the professional behaviours by supporting each other. Sharing each other’s knowledge and giving feedback and different viewpoints always achieves a better outcome.

10- HR Revolution Middle East: What are the needed competences for an HR professional to excel in his/her CIPD studies?

ICS Learn Student:

The field of HR is dynamic and our ability to process and understand it requires self-motivation. Growing in your job means being receptive to new ideas, wherever they may come from. HR professionals who never stop learning are well-positioned to translate well thought out industry trends and data into actionable insights. CIPD is the perfect gateway to our dream career. They support choosing the right course to up-skill your HR practice and stay motivated remotely.


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تعاون بين شباب السودان ومصر لتنظيم النسخة الثامنة لتيدكس ودمدني بالسودان



شباب من مصر والسودان يترجموا التعاون بين البلدين الشقيقين في المشاركة في تنظيم النسخة الثامنة لمؤتمر تيدكس ودمدني بالسودان.

يعتبر شهر مارس بكل عام بمدينة ودمدني السودانية شهر مختلف ومتميز وذلك لأنه على مدى 7 أعوام متتالية يشهد على تنظيم حدث لمؤتمر تيدكس العالمي، وجاءت النسخة الثامنة التي كانت بيوم 27 مارس 2021 نسخة متميزة ومنفردة بجمال أفكارها ومشاريعها وتنظيمها الذي تم الأشراف عليه من البلدين الشقيقين، وكانت المشاركات شاملة لكل المجالات التي تهدف لتنمية المجتمع والفرد ونذكر منها:

ياسمين يوسف (جمهورية السودان) تحدثت عن تحديها للإعاقة ووقوفها ضد المجتمع ودفاعها عن حقوقها في التعليم وكيف استطاعت أن تتجاوز كل تلك الصعاب بإرادة قوية حتى تم تسميتها باسم صاحبة الإرادة وتعتبر ياسمين الآن من الشخصيات الملهمة في السودان.

تحدث محمود منسي (جمهورية مصر العربية) على أعادة بناء الدول والمجتمعات بعد الثورات وجاء الموضوع مناسباً للمرحلة التي يمر بها السودان الشقيق وأستطاع محمود إلهام الشباب السوداني لأخذ دور في بناء البلد وذلك بتفاعلهم مع موضوعه.

تحدث كذلك أحمد رجب (جمهورية مصر العربية) على فكرة رقصة التانجو وعلاقتها بالإدارة والقيادة داخل المؤسسات.

وكذلك سها هيكل (جمهورية مصر العربية) وجهت رسالة توعوية للمجتمع لتغير نظرته تجاه الفنيين باعتبارهم شريحة مهمة في المجتمع، وأن محاربة العنصرية والتمييز في شتى مجالات العمل.

بينما وعد عصام (جمهورية مصر العربية) تحدثت عن الصعوبات التي تواجه طلاب الثانويات خصوصاً في تعلم اللغة الإنجليزية وكيفية التغلب عليها بنصائح سهلة بسيطة ومباشرة ووضحت وعد أن اللغة عبارة عن مهارات تكتسب وتمارس.

ياسمين يوسف (جمهورية السودان) تحدثت عن تحديها للإعاقة ووقوفها ضد المجتمع ودفاعها عن حقوقها في التعليم

ومن المشاركين كذلك من البراء عثمان (دولة الأمارات العربية المتحدة) الذي تحدث عن تجربته مع الاكتئاب وكيف استطاع تجاوزه بتوجيه طاقته تجاه ممارسة هوايته وهي الموسيقى وكيف أن ممارسة الموسيقى تساعد على التوازن النفسي.

فاطمة أحمد (جمهورية السودان) التي دعت للمحبة والسلام وتقبل الاّخر لبناء سودان جديد مستعرضة تجربة رواندا.

وكذلك تحدثت ماب خالد (جمهورية السودان) على أهمية التوعية بالعلاج النفسي وتجربتها في إقناع الحكومة لتضمين العلاج النفسي في التأمين الصحي وتوعية المواطنين بالصحة النفسية.

وعن السياحة تحدث بشغف محمد مجذوب (جمهورية السودان) وعن تاريخ السودان الذي يمتد ل 7000 سنة وعن حضارة الفراعنة داعياً الحكومة للترويج للسياحة في السودان معتبرا مؤتمر تيدكس مدني مؤتمراً يساهم في دفع عجلة السياحة بالبلاد وذلك للمشاركة الكبيرة من المتحدثين والجمهور من المناطق المختلفة.

وتحدثت أصغر المشتركات أسيل يوسف (جمهورية السودان) عن إمكانية استغلال الموهبة لمصدر دخل وتنميتها بالممارسة داعية شباب جيلها لحذو طريقها وختمت خنساء سيربال (جمهورية السودان) المؤتمر بحديثها على دور الممرض في المنظومة الطبية.

بالإضافة إلى الإعلامي إيهاب مجدي من مصر معد ومقدم فقرات برنامج المؤتمر، بالمشاركة مع الإعلاميين السودانيين خالد علي وآية عابدين.

وبختام المؤتمر قدم محمود منسي درع الأكاديمية العربية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا والنقل البحري للمنظم د. وائل العائد الذي شكر بدوره الأكاديمية العربية على دورها الكبير في إنجاح المؤتمر باعتبارها الشريك الأساسي وشكرها للمنحة التي تم تقديمها للمؤتمر وقام كذلك بتوجيه الشكر لكل الجهات التي ساهمت في إنجاح المؤتمر:

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الأكاديمية العربية تقوم بتكريم منظمي تيدكس بجمهورية السودان



مع حرص الأكاديمية العربية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا والنقل البحري لنشر العلم والتطوير في شتى الدول العربية والأفريقية وإتساقاً مع استراتيجية وسياسة جمهورية مصر العربية بتعميق الهوية الإفريقية والتعاون بين جمهوريتين المصر والسودان، فقد قامت الأكاديمية متمثلة في المعهد العربي لإعداد القيادات بالمشاركة في النسخة الثامنة من مؤتمر تيدكس ود مدني بجمهورية السودان كشريك رسمي للمؤتمر – والذي يعتبر من أكبر وأقدم المؤتمرات التي يتم إنشاءها بالجمهورية والذي يستهدف زيادة الوعي الثقافي للمجتمع الأفريقي والعربي، وذلك تحت توجيهات سعادة أ.د. إسماعيل عبد الغفار رئيس الأكاديمية العربية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا والنقل البحري وبإشراف من د. حنان جودة عميد المعهد العربي لإعداد القيادات.

انعقد المؤتمر في تاريخ 27-3-2021 بقصر الثقافة في عاصمة ولاية الجزيرة، حيث قام بالمشاركة 16 متحدث ومتحدثة بينما عدد الحضور كان حوالي 500 شخص من ضمنهم شخصيات قيادية من المجتمع والحكومة السودانية مثل الأب دوماديوس موسى (راعي الكنيسة الأرثوذوكسية وعضو مجلس جامعة الجزيرة)، والعقيد موسى عبد القادر (مدير إدارة حماية الحياة البرية لولاية الجزيرة)، و د. طارق مصطفى أبو بكر (مدير عام وزارة الثقافة والإعلام بولاية الجزيرة).

خلال المؤتمر قامت الأكاديمية العربية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا والنقل البحري بتقديم ندوتان: الأولى تحت عنوان “إعادة بناء المجتمع بعد فترة الأزمات والثورات” والذي قام بإلقائها أ. محمود منسي – مسئول التسويق ومحاضر بالمعهد العربي لإعداد القيادات، والثانية تحت عنوان “محاربة التمييز في اختيار مجالات العمل” والتي قامت بإلقائها م. سها هيكل – رئيسة التسويق ومحاضر بمجمع خدمة الصناعة.

ندوة عن “محاربة التمييز في اختيار مجالات العمل” م. سها هيكل – رئيسة التسويق ومحاضر بمجمع خدمة الصناعة
ندوة عن “إعادة بناء المجتمع بعد فترة الأزمات والثورات” أ. محمود منسي – مسئول التسويق ومحاضر بالمعهد العربي لإعداد القيادات

في نهاية المؤتمر قام أ. محمود منسي ممثلاً عن المعهد العربي لإعداد القيادات بتكريم د. وائل العائد منظم مؤتمر تيدكس ود مدني وتقديم له درع الأكاديمية، بالإضافة إلى تقديم المعهد العربي بمنحة 40% على برنامج الماجستير في القيادة للسادة الحضور وذلك لدعم الشباب والقيادات السودانية خلال إنشاء أول فصل دراسي لبرنامج الماجستير بجمهورية السودان من قبل الأكاديمية مع حرصها على تحقيق المسؤولية الاجتماعية وتوطيد العلاقات بين الدولتان.

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مع الأب دوماديوس موسى (راعي الكنيسة الأرثوذوكسية وعضو مجلس جامعة الجزيرة)
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