“The team at Global Trade Matters is both impressive and dynamic...true Ambassadors of change”

Deborah Wince-Smith President- GFCC
*This is a direct link to the WEF Global Competitiveness Report 2015-2016


Africa is growing at a brisk pace, surpassed only by emerging and developing Asia. Yet, despite maintaining such healthy growth rates for over a decade, Africa’s levels of productivity are low and overall competitiveness has remained stagnant.

While Egypt itself suffers from the malaise of an ailing economy, it is both an economic imperative and a social obligation to lead the way forward in championing the competitiveness dialogue in Africa.

  1. Institutions

  2. Infrastructure

  3. Macroeconomic Environment

  4. Health & Primary Education

  5. Higher Education & Training

  6. Goods Market Efficiency

  7. Labor Market Efficiency

  8. Financial Market Development

  9. Technological Readiness

  10. Market Size

  11. Business Sophistication

  12. Innovation 

Leads Protection System: Safeguarding Your Valuable Prospects
“The Money and Finance Conferences have become an integral part of Egypt's economic ambitions ”

Karim Helal - Chairman
ADIB Capital

enhancing Africa’s global competitiveness and promoting synergies between the nations of the African continent

Global Trade Matters is not associated with the World Economic Forum

In today's highly competitive business landscape, leads are the lifeblood of any organization. The process of generating leads involves a substantial investment of time, effort, and resources. As such, protecting these leads becomes paramount to ensure the continued growth and success of a business. In this article, we will delve into the concept of a Leads Protection System, its importance, and the strategies it employs to safeguard valuable prospects.