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Cambridge Marketing College

Ahmed Gamal

Ahmed Gamal

     

Dr. Ahmed Gamal has over 15 year’s experience in sales and marketing positions. He started his career as a pharmacist before moving into sales and marketing in the pharmaceuticals industry, where he has had experience in both local B2C markets before moving on to global B2B roles. He is currently working as a marketing manager in a multinational chemical company.

He studied for his CIM Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing in the United Kingdom and is now a Chartered Marketer. Subsequently he also took a Master’s degree in Marketing from Glamorgan University in the United Kingdom. Ahmed is one of our new tutors in Cairo and will be teaching the CIM Diploma in Professional Marketing.

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The first meeting of our new Cambridge Marketing Book Club will be on 17 May at 6.00pm in Cambridge. The Club has been created in collaboration with the CIM as a forum for marketers and business people to meet in a friendly and informal context, and to meet with authors of both newly published and well-known business books. The sessions are designed to be highly engaging, and to deliver ongoing learning and skills development. The first book to be discussed will be "Game Changers" and the author, Peter Fisk, will be there to introduce and discuss it. If you would like to join us the cost is just £15. You can find out more and book a place here: http://www.marketingcollege.com/events/.

 

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The show had an international flavour. David Earp, International Trade Advisor at UKTI East, discussed the ins and outs of exporting.  The UKTI will help companies who are just starting out in exporting and those who need to refresh their export strategy.  UKTI has the world’s largest network of UK companies. His advice was that...