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Launch Ceremony of Mashrouy Project Competition

30 Apr 2013 - CTC Group

Launch Ceremony of Mashrouy Project Competition

CTC Group is proud to announce the official launch of ‘Mashrouy’ – an excitingly new and challenging entrepreneurs project competition with the eventual winner taking home a cheque for SDG200,000 (Two Hundred Thousand SDG) and flying to the United Kingdom to meet and exchange ideas with successful UK entrepreneurs across different business sectors as part of a 3 week business trip.The official launch was held at the premises of the Sudanese Businessmen & Employers Federation on Tuesday 16th April and was attended by Mr. Ahmed Amin – President of the Sudanese Young Businessmen Association, Mr. David Belgrove - Charge d'Affaires at the British Embassy, and Mr. Charles Nuttall, Director of the British Council.

This Project has also received a large amount of support from the local business community represented in the following official sponsors of the competition:

  • Mr. Ihab Ibrahim, CEO Sudani
  • Mr. Kamal Alzubeir, General Manager of United Capital Bank
  • Ms. Muna Mirghani, Head of CSR at Hajjar Holding
  • Mr. Amr Tayfour, Marketing Manager at CTC Group
  • Mr. Hassan F. Al Mulla, General Manager of BNTV (Official Media Partner)

The competition will be nationwide drawing in thousands of applications from all over Sudan which will be reviewed by different panels with the final 12 applicants going live on BNTV for the final stage of the competition in a special interactive broadcast. Viewers will be able to vote for their choice of best project through live messaging and call in services.

A comprehensive communication package has been scheduled for this Project that includes TV, Radio, Newspapers, Digital and Outdoor to ensure maximum coverage and we encourage you all to actively participate in channelling the message across to your friends and family.

Kindly refer to for further information on this project.

We wish all the participants the best of luck!

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