The Egyptian Junior Business Association (EJB) is a non-governmental organization that was founded in 1999 by a group of young business executives & entrepreneurs. Today, EJB is considered one of Egypt's premium and most influential business associations. With branches in Cairo, Alexandria, Delta, Port Said, South Sinai and Upper Egypt and with 16 committees, containing a network of more than 450 prominent members of senior and highly successful business men and women between the ages 21 to 45, representing various sectors and more than 180,000 employees.

 

EJB works as a channel for SMEs owners with the Government to improve the Egyptian Business Environment to be more fertile for SMEs, through tackling the major obstacles that hinder the economy, and recommend solutions from the business sector perspective and communicate the outcomes to concerned entities. Allowing members’ businesses to thrive is one of the most important objectives thus EJB acts as a networking Hub for forming new business partnerships and match making between members.

EJB communicates its vision, mission and objectives across the country to all business-related entities including, but not limited to, Ministries, Business Organizations, Business Chambers, Industrial Chambers and Commercial Offices among others.

Today:
EJB is positioned as one of the strongest, most influential business association in Egypt, with around 400 highly successful members from different sectors all sharing the same vision of reshaping a better, sustainable business environment. To accommodate a wider scale of members from different geographical areas, EJB inaugurated branches in Alex, Delta and Port Said in Q4 2012

Vision 

To hold a place of being the most distinguished business association that takes part in the enhancement of business environment and positively affects the Egyptian society.

Mission 

EJB provides the platform that enables junior businessmen to lead the change in the Egyptian society, and to develop the culture of seeking excellence and moral commitment through structuring significant economic and social initiatives.

 

Foundation Year          

                    1999

Members

                   +460

Branches                

6

 

Sector Based Committees

1.Consultancy     

2.Education

3.Energy and Renewable Energy

4.Food  & Agriculture

5.Health & Medication

6.Industry

7.Communication and Information Technologies

8.International Relations

 

9.Investment & Finance

10.Law & Legislation

11.Logistics & Trade

12.Members’ Business Support

13.Real Estate & Construction

14.Textile

15.Tourism

16.Transportation