CID has worked with donors and private sector client to support Egyptian SMEs export their goods and services benchmarking Egyptian industry to international standards. CID has also extensive experience in developing strategies, providing capacity building interventions, organisational development and restructuring interventions as well as effective communication strategies for companies in the manufacturing sector. CID understands the unique needs of the manufacturing industry and the need for both a horizontal and vertical lens to help them achieve their industry goals effectively and efficiently on the technical level and the business/financial level. We are also proud to inspire comprehensive environmental, social governance of the Egyptian manufacturing industry through our interventions.
Having been struck by several simultaneous internal changes across leadership, regional affiliation and ownership, a leading FMCG multinational was facing an identity crisis and needed to communicate effectively to employees.
As part of a consortium led by Dar El Handasah on behalf of the Suez Canal Authority, we were tasked with formulating a comprehensive masterplan of The Suez Canal Economic Zone as an international trade and economic hub. CID led two core components of the masterplan - the social and environmental impact assessment and development plan, as well as the development of a marketing and communication plan to support investment promotion of the zone.
SICO Electronics was looking into public listing or anchor investment and needed to demonstrate leadership vision and ambitions for growth, ultimately increasing investor interest.
Alfa Electronics was expanding rapidly across the electronic product design and technology sectors but with very few standard processes in place. They came to us with a pressing need for a new strategy to efficiently meet new demand and effectively control quality.
As part of the EU-Ministry of Trade and Industry co-funded programme “TVET II- Support to the Technical and Vocational Educational and Training reform programme”, CID partnered with GFA Consulting were tasked with enhancing the relevance and quality of the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system through curriculum development, capacity building and quality assurance.
In order to support the Government of Egypt’s ambitious plans to increase the country’s exports, USAID designed a project focused on trade facilitation and export development. As part of a consortium led by Nathan Associates, CID Consulting was tasked with engaging the private sector as a key driver of export growth through building the capacity of SMEs to export, as well as supporting in export marketing to ensure Egyptian firms were able to successfully leverage on export opportunities and address export market needs.