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Mohamed Tarek Kamel
Area Managing Director, North Africa at Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC)

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Mohamed Tarek is the Area Managing Director of North Africa for Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC), the world renowned Engineering & Construction conglomerate. Tarek is managing CCC group operations and its subsidiaries across North Africa. His P&L mandate covers Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco and Libya.

Throughout his mandate, he has been a player in orchestrating CCC’s involvement in a number of sizable projects in the power, renewables, real-estate and petrochemicals sectors in the region which led to substantial increase in the regions revenue.

During his career, Tarek was a member of a restructuring and turnaround team responsible for managing a private equity-owned steel manufacturer, an assignment during which he was able to rebrand the company’s identity and secure a substantial backlog. He had also co-founded a consultancy business that advised on the restructuring of construction companies operations, business transformation, startups and Greenfield projects.

In his early career, he worked extensively on different construction proposals management across the African continent.

Tarek is the former head of the Construction and Real-estate Committee of the Egyptian Junior Business Association and was selected as key speaker and trainer in many industry related events. He holds a BSc in Civil Engineering from Cairo University.

In his capacity as member of the advisory board of global Entrepreneurship network “GEN”. He is regularly involved in mentoring young entrepreneurs as part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week activities in Cairo and other governorates. He also assisted the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in structuring a tailored vocational training program for blue collar construction workers in Egypt.