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Musala Soft opened an office in Cairo

Elena Marinova and Sameh Rabeh open the Musala Soft office in Cairo
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Musala Soft, which recently became part of Aricoma Digital – the technological core of KKCG, opened office in Cairo, Egypt. This location is strategic in the company’s global expansion plans and strengthens its presence in Egypt and the region.

With nearly 80 employees in Cairo, Musala Soft is positioning Egypt as its next big tech hub. The company piloted its operations in the Middle Eastern country during the pandemic in a fully remote mode of operation. Musala now offers its employees a new office space with personal and shared work areas.

Employees in Egypt work on key projects for major multinational companies with headquarters around the world and the region, including: Mubadala – UAE, Deutsche Telekom – Germany, Financial Times – UK, IBM – USA, Bosch – Germany, etc., as well as initiatives for digital transformation of Musala Soft’s internal systems and infrastructure.

“We closely watched the development of Egypt for years before we decided to invest. Among the various factors in the country, we were particularly attracted by the multitude of highly qualified talents and the positive trends for the future”, said Elena Marinova, President and Chairman of the Board of Musala Soft.

The IT industry in Egypt has experienced rapid growth in recent years. The country has a highly skilled and educated workforce with over 450,000 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) graduates each year.

In addition, Egypt’s strategic location at the crossroads between Africa, the Middle East and Europe makes it an attractive destination for foreign investment in the IT sector.

Musala Soft’s regional manager for Egypt is Sameh Rabeh, who will lead the company’s operations in the country as part of an international team.

“For an organization with European roots and global ambitions like ours, Musala Soft’s presence in Egypt is fully in line with our growth plans,” said Jan Vrani, Head of M&A at Aricoma Digital, part of KKCG.

Aricoma Digital is currently in the process of transformation on a global and regional level, growing both organically and through strategic acquisitions. By the end of June, the company will present its new brand identity.

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