EBA was founded in 1975 and ratified in 1979 under the law 32/1964. EBA is a non-governmental, non-for-profit organization that seeks to unify the efforts of private Egyptian interests in contributing to the productivity and efficient national economic and social development of Egypt. In order to carry out these duties, EBA had to be in the first place a lobbying power on behalf of the Egyptian business community to protect its interests and enhance the private sector existence.

EJB main objective are business development, community development, networking and creating business match making between members. The EJB communicates its vision, mission and objectives across the country to all business-related entities including, but not limited to, Ministries, Business Organizations, Business Chambers, Industrial Chambers and Commercial Offices among others. Egyptian Junior Business Association (EJB) was founded in 1999 by a group of young business executives & entrepreneurs and was registered one year later to count a network of 600 prominent members between 25 to 45 years old representing various business sectors.

The Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils is a global network of leaders from competitiveness councils around the world.
In addition to the goals of sharing best practices among councils and creating a network of global leaders committed to their national prosperity and the prosperity of the world, the Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils will develop and present each year a statement of shared principles for accelerating global competitiveness and prosperity.

The Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority is a public Authority, having a legal status, established in accordance to law 10 of the year 2009. The Authority is responsible for supervising and regulating non-banking financial markets and instruments, including the Capital Market, the Exchange, all activities related to Insurance Services, Mortgage Finance, Financial Leasing, Factoring and Securitization. EFSA's role is to regulate the market and ensure its stability and competitiveness to attract more local and foreign investments " The mandate of the Authority also includes limiting inconsistency risks and addressing problems arising from applying different supervisory rules".

Vantage BDS is a comprehensive business support firm with an assortment of well-structured services that cater to the most critical challenges facing organizations today. The collective experience of our carefully selected professionals and global strategic partners has rendered Vantage BDS a valuable, integrated solution to our clients’ most pressing needs. In today’s cutthroat business world, typical and traditional strategies are no longer sufficient to warrant sustainability and growth, therefore it is up to the creative minds to develop and execute pro-active, innovative projects, programs, and methodologies that would allow their organizations to standout within the clutter of both their local and global competition.

GAFI is an affiliate of the Ministry of Investment (MOI) and the principal government body regulating and facilitating investment in Egypt. Although the authority retains its traditional regulatory powers, GAFI today is an effective, proactive investment promotion agency with promotion, facilitation, business matchmaking, Egyptian expatriates, events, investor aftercare, and research and market intelligence functions. As Egypt's one-stop shop for investment, GAFI eases the way for global investors looking to harness opportunities presented by Egypt's fast-growing domestic economy and the nation's robust competitive advantages.

The role of the Egyptian Commercial Service (ECS) is meant to actively contribute to this economic reform and development process. ECS is aware of the need to give a primary emphasis on foreign trade and investment, to effectively use its unique network of offices abroad, and to provide quality services, making it “the trade partner” for the Egyptian business community wishing to expand internationally. ECS is catching up with the market challenges by using effectively its resources to deliver Egyptian companies with high quality services, offering a package of services tailored to business needs, and assisting these companies in finding new opportunities abroad.

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) works to create and sustain an environment conducive to the development of India, partnering industry, Government, and civil society, through advisory and consultative processes.CII is a non-government, not-for-profit, industry-led and industry-managed organization, playing a proactive role in India's development process. Founded in 1895, India's premier business association has around 8000 members, from the private as well as public sectors, including SMEs and MNCs, and an indirect membership of over 200,000 enterprises from around 240 national and regional sectoral industry bodies.

The Chief Executive Officers Club International, Inc. (CEO Clubs International) is a nonprofit  organization which creates a nurturing environment for CEOs dedicated to improving the quality and profitability of their enterprises through shared experience and personal growth. They were founded by Dr. Joseph Mancuso in 1977 as he left the chairmanship of the management Department of WPI in Worcester, Ma. Joe believed there should be a better way to learn than sitting in classrooms reading books and taking notes and exams.. We say we help one another grow our businesses by "Making money and having fun, while we are learning." "It's ok to be independent, but there is no reason to be alone." Comprised of chapters in the U.S., India, South Africa, Greece, and China, CEO Clubs International is a 35-year-old nonprofit, by-invitation-only membership association. Members must be CEOs of businesses which have above $2,000,000 in annual sales. Our average club member has $20,000,000 in annual sales.

Established in 1954, Egypt State Information Service is the nation's ‎main informational, awareness and public relations agency. On 6/9/2012 a decree was issued to transfer the affiliation of (SIS) from the Ministry of Information to the Presidency of the Republic . SIS serves the nation through its headquarters in Cairo and its ‎network of 64 domestic and 32 international press offices. ‎SIS facilitates the work of ‎international journalists operating in Egypt through its Foreign Press ‎Center and its recently established Cairo Foreign Press Club.‎

The ASIA-Egypt Business Association (AEBA) is a nonprofit organization committed to serving the needs of the ASIAN-Egyptian business community in the Egypt and across the ASIAN countries. The Association and its members share a common cause of fostering new business opportunities between key industries and promote free and fair trade between both sides. AEBA extends a helping hand and shares its collective resources, wisdom, and expertise with businesspeople interested in accessing a market which represents well over 4.4 Billion consumers and includes some of the world’s fastest growing economies and youngest democracies.