The "Tech Talks” event held at Ain Shams University last Wednesday was organised by Ayman El-Naggar and other Google Student Ambassadors, to bring entrepreneurial awareness to the Ain Shams students. Ayman et al. are firm believers that it’s extra-curricular activities such as this that give students the knowledge and exposure necessary to fill in the gaping holes in Egypt’s education system.
An example of good execution then came in the form of next speaker Gamal Sadek, co-founder of traffic information sharing service bey2ollak, who just won Google's Ebda2 competition. He spoke of bey2ollak's experience to date, and that although they launched pre-revolution, they were convinced that crowdsourcing would work in Egypt.
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