EK Holding Receives Award for Volunteer Growth in Partnership with Injaz Egypt

8 December 2016

Press Release
EK Holding Receives Award for Volunteer Growth in Partnership with Injaz Egypt
Cairo, 8 December 2016 – Injaz’s annual recognition event, this year themed “500,000 Thanks” and held in September, celebrates the milestone of the organization’s impact on half a million young Egyptians. EKH was recognized as one of two platinum sponsors and received an award for volunteer growth thanks to the company’s continued support of Injaz’s efforts to empower Egyptian youth.
About EK Holding
Egypt Kuwait Holding Company (EKHO.CA on the Egyptian Exchange and EKHOLDING on the Kuwaiti Exchange) is one of the MENA region’s leading investment companies with a diversified portfolio of investments that spans the region in sectors that include fertilizers and petrochemicals, energy, cement production, insurance, information technology, transport and infrastructure. Established in 1997 by a consortium of prominent Kuwaiti and Egy ptian businessmen including our former Chairman, the late Nasser Al-Kharafi, the company has flourished during the past decade as the countries of the Arab world began to liberalize their economies and open doors for private sector investments in strategic sectors that had once been off limits.
INVESTOR RELATIONS CONTACT For further information, please contact: Haitham M. Abdel Moneim Egypt Kuwait Holding Co. Senior Investor Relations Manager hmoneim@ekholding.com 14 Hassan Mohamed El-Razzaz St. (Previously Nawal St.) Dokki, Giza Tel (Direct): +20 2 333-633-00
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