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Creative Industry Summit is Back with a Four Day Extravaganza

Taking over Cairo’s Nile Ritz-Carlton from November 28th to December 1st, this four-day event will bring together business leaders, game-changing innovators and artistic gurus from around the world.

Creative Industry Summit (CIS) 2021 is the 12th edition of Egypt and the Middle East’s go-to platform for creative celebration, inspiration and education. Taking over Cairo’s Nile Ritz-Carlton from November 28th to December 1st, this four-day event will bring together business leaders, game-changing innovators and artistic gurus from around the world to host a series of virtual and staged talks, workshops, performances and exhibitions.

With a wide spectrum of tracks this year covering Advertising, Media, Marketing & Digital, Event Management, Food Innovation, E-Commerce & Tech, Startups, Entrepreneurship, Art, Music & Film, Fashion & Photography, Mental Wellness, Sports & Egaming, Sustainability and Content Creation, the summit is aimed at all levels of the creative industry with audiences, speakers and collaborators from 17 countries across the Middle East, Europe and America.

“We’re back and we’re bigger than ever,” Founding Partner of CIS Mai Salama said. “This year it’s a full takeover of the Nile Ritz for four days and we’re ready to welcome everyone from students to CEOs, each with their own content and experiences. Nowadays it’s essential for everyone to be creative in whatever they do. Without this, you will never stand out or advance your business. CIS was created to foster, to inspire, to educate, to train, to celebrate, to shed light on creative endeavours within the field of business.”

Previous speakers included Sir Martin Sorrell, founder of the world’s largest advertising agency, WPP; Heba El Afifi, Communications Director at Nestlé NEAR; Tarek Nour, Chairman to Egypt’s first private sector advertising agency, Tarek Nour Holding and even self-made Netflix superstar Abla Fahita.