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Wednesday, 28 April 2021

Lamia Kamel appointed assistant tourism minister for marketing and promotion

It’s nice to see friends doing well:

Lamia Kamel (LinkedIn) has been tapped as assistant tourism minister for marketing and promotion, the ministry said in a statement. Kamel is the founder and chairman of public relations firm CC Plus, which she set up back in 2006 after spending four years as a public relations manager at Vodafone Egypt.

Aser Mokhtar (LinkedIn) has joined e-payments platform Fawry as senior investor relations associate. Mokhtar brings several years of investor relations experience to the company, including from his time at Inktank, the investor relations firm, Raya Holding, and CI Capital.

Essam El Wakil (LinkedIn) has been appointed chairman of the board at Egypt Post’s investment arm Post Investment. Wakil previously served as a board member at SAIB Bank and CI Capital as well as at CIB, where he was also a C-suite officer.

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