The fresh hub in New Cairo will help in unlocking future talent.
Mondia, one of the leading private mobile technology companies with main offices in 11 cities worldwide, has announced the opening of their new tech hub in Cairo. The newly established facility will host the company’s technical developers and designers, creating cutting-edge technologies, innovative products and solutions servicing various markets across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
"In an effort to expand our portfolio and recruit leading talent, which is really important to our vision, is to get many startups onboard; people that are having a lot of good ideas but lack the necessary resources such as funding or market insight, and add them to our roster," Amadeo Rahmann, CEO of the Mondia Group tells Startup Scene.
“It is key for us at Mondia to reach market demands and identify trends to advise customers on solutions that are not only innovative but also provide a world-class digital experience. Our investment in Egypt and our tech hub allows us to develop with speed and quality that can be scaled, which far outweighs the outsourcing model which we have previously used," he adds. “We want to create a unique space for our team to have the best in-house facility as we expand our ability in deliver cutting-edge solutions across the globe."
The modern first-of-its-kind facility in New Cairo will set a new standard in the software industry and will be home to more than one hundred technical team members. The office design will allow for a team to function collaboratively, aiding extensive communication which in turn drives innovation. The premises will include a multitude of creative space including a ‘gamers cave’, focus rooms, superhero-themed seating areas and a café type street kitchen.
The tech hub will provide learning facilities for internships and additional skill development features for existing employees. Attracting the greatest minds in the tech-based software industry is synonomous with Mondia’s business strategy, and strong partnerships with tertiary institutions is the key driving force to unlock future talent.
"For us, this is going to create huge momentum and help people show us more of what they can offer. Once we are positioned prominently in the market, people are going to become acquainted with our company without us having to advertise our services," he concludes.
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