From Italy Through Egypt: KEMET Takes over the Greek Campus with Milan Design School IED
Over the last few years, Egypt has seen so many brilliant talents. From upcoming designers that are taking over the fashion world to creative entrepreneurs that are bound to reshape how we see business in the region, and so much more. KEMET, a pioneering institute in Cairo and the Middle East that works on developing the creative industries, realizes that and plans to push it even further, which is why they’ve decided to join forces with The Instituto Europo di Des (IED).
You’re probably asking yourself, what is IED? Well, let us enlighten you. IED is one of the most prestigious design schools in Europe. The Italian school was established back in 1996, and is now located in many countries across the globe. They focus on everything from design and fashion to visual communication and everything in between. And yes, KEMET is bringing them right here to our doorstep.
On March 8th, KEMET will be throwing From Italy Through Egypt: A Non-Stop Flow of Innovation and Creativity as part of their alliance with IED. The event will be taking over The Blue Room at The Greek Campus in Downtown Cairo, where it will allow young Egyptians (and non-Egyptians) to mingle with the industry influencers (over scrumptious appetizers and delicious drinks) and learn from the best.
IED will be in charge of providing insights for everyone who wishes to learn more about their future steps, with the help of their scholarship opportunities and program discounts. Not only that, KEMET will also present top key speakers such us Ghadi Wali, Egyptian graphic designer who made it on Forbes list “30 Under 30,” Sally Halawa, KEMET’s Executive Director, alongside some of their exceptional session leaders like Tarek Abdelkawi and Hisham Elessawy), and last but not least, Ivan Mielzarek, IED’s Area Manager.
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