Your essential business calendar on 5 September 2021
24 August-5 September (Tuesday-Sunday): Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
3-5 September (Friday-Sunday): The World Karate Federation will hold the third competition of the 2021 Karate 1-Premier League in Cairo.
5 September (Sunday): The updated date for EGX listed companies to institute the new mechanism for calculating closing share prices. The deadline was previously 2 September.
5-7 September (Sunday-Tuesday): The Arab Security Conference, The Nile Ritz-Carlton, Cairo, Egypt.
7-8 September (Tuesday-Wednesday): Euromoney Conferences will host the GlobalCapital Sustainable and Responsible Capital Markets Forum 2021, featuring Vice Minister of Finance Minister Ahmed Kouchouk.
8-9 September (Wednesday-Thursday): Egypt-International Cooperation Forum (ICF), Cairo
7-9 September (Tuesday-Thursday): Egy Health Expo, Al Manara International Conference, Cairo, Egypt.
9 September (Thursday): DevOpsDays Cairo 2021 is being organized by ITIDA and the Software Engineering Competence Center in cooperation with DXC Technology, IBM Egypt and Orange Labs.
11-12 September (Saturday-Sunday): International Conferences on Economics and Social Sciences, Cairo
12 September (Sunday): International schools begin 2021-2022 academic year
12-15 September (Sunday-Wednesday): Sahara Expo: the 33rd International Agricultural Exhibition for Africa and the Middle East.
13-21 September (Monday-Tuesday): 76th session of the general assembly, New York
15 September (Wednesday): The CFO Leadership & Strategy Summit is taking place in Egypt.
16 September (Thursday): The CBE’s Monetary Policy Committee will meet to review interest rates.
18 September (Saturday): Expiration of United Nations Investigative Team to Promote Accountability for Crimes Committed by Daesh/ISIL
21-22 September (Tuesday-Wednesday): The Federal Reserve meets to review interest rates.
22-25 September (Wednesday-Saturday): Cityscape Egypt, Egypt International Exhibition Center, Cairo, Egypt.
30 September-2 October (Thursday-Saturday): Egypt Projects 2021 expo, Egypt International Exhibition Center, Cairo, Egypt.
30 September-8 October (Thursday-Friday): The Cairo International Fair, Cairo International Conference Center, Cairo, Egypt.
30 September: Closing of 2021’s first oil and gas tender in the Gulf of Suez, Western Desert, and the Mediterranean.
October: New legislative session begins — must be held by the first Thursday of October.
October: Romanian President Klaus Iohannis could visit Egypt in mid this month to discuss ways to boost tourism cooperation between the two countries.
1 October (Friday): Businesses importing goods at seaports will need to file shipping documents and cargo data digitally to the Advance Cargo Information (ACI) system.
1 October (Friday): Expo 2020 Dubai opens.
1 October (Friday): State-owned companies and government service bodies selling goods and services to customers that have not yet signed on to the e-invoicing platform will suffer a host of penalties, including removal from large taxpayer classification, losing access to government services and business, and losing subsidies.
6 October (Wednesday): Armed Forces Day.
7 October (Thursday): National holiday in observance of Armed Forces Day.
9 October (Saturday): Public schools begin 2021-2022 academic year
11-17 October (Monday-Sunday): IMF + World Bank Annual Meetings.
12-14 October (Tuesday-Thursday): Mediterranean Offshore Conference, Alexandria, Egypt.
18 October (Monday): Prophet’s Birthday.
21 October (Thursday): National holiday in observance of the Prophet’s Birthday.
24-28 October (Sunday-Thursday) Cairo Water Week, Cairo, Egypt.
27-28 October (Wednesday-Thursday) Intelligent Cities Exhibition & Conference, Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski, Cairo, Egypt.
28 October (Thursday): The CBE’s Monetary Policy Committee will meet to review interest rates.
30 October – 4 November (Saturday-Thursday): The first edition of Race The Legends, Egypt.
November: The French-Egyptian Business Forum is set to take place in the Suez Canal Economic Zone.
November: Egypt will host another round of talks to reach a potential Egyptian-Eurasian trade agreement, which can significantly contribute to increasing the volume of Egyptian exports to the Russia-led bloc that includes Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
1-3 November (Monday-Wednesday): Egypt Energy exhibition on power and renewable energy, Egypt International Exhibition Center, Cairo, Egypt.
2-3 November (Tuesday-Wednesday): The Federal Reserve meets to review interest rates.
1-12 November (Monday-Friday): 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), Glasgow, United Kingdom.
16-17 November (Tuesday-Wednesday): Africa fintech summit, Cairo.
26 November-5 December (Friday-Sunday): The 43rd Cairo International Film Festival.
29 November-2 December (Monday-Thursday): Egypt Defense Expo.
7-8 December (Tuesday-Wednesday): North Africa Trade Finance Summit.
12-14 December (Sunday-Tuesday): Food Africa Cairo trade exhibition, Egypt International Exhibition Center, Cairo, Egypt.
13-17 December: United Nations Convention against Corruption, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
14-19 December (Tuesday-Sunday): The Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theater.
14-15 December (Tuesday-Wednesday): The Federal Reserve meets to review interest rates.
16 December (Thursday): The CBE’s Monetary Policy Committee will meet to review interest rates.
14-16 February 2022 (Monday-Wednesday): Egypt Petroleum Show, Egypt International Exhibition Center, New Cairo, Egypt.
1H2022: The World Economic Forum annual meeting, location TBD.
22-24 April 2022: World Bank-IMF spring meeting, Washington D.C.
May 2022: Investment in Logistics Conference, Cairo, Egypt
16 June 2022 (Thursday): End of 2021-2022 academic year for public schools
27 June-3 July 2022 (Monday-Sunday): World University Squash Championships, New Giza.
**Note to readers: Some national holidays may appear twice above. Since 2020, Egypt has observed most mid-week holidays on Thursdays regardless of the day on which they fall and may also move those days to Sundays. We distinguish below between the actual holiday and its observance.