The episodes of “Win a Factory”, the official competition for the bus program, were launched on the Egyptian satellite channel and presented by journalist Hussein Mouawad, and the idea of the program was to help the owners of emerging industrial ideas by participating in the competition and the possibility of receiving prizes worth one million pounds during the month of Ramadan.
The jury of the ‘Gain Factory’ competition was made up of Ahmed Helmy, President of the Chamber of Timber and Furniture of the Federation of Industries, Mohsen Adel, former Chairman of the Investment Authority, Moataz Bahaa al-Din, CEO of an industrial development company, Yomna El Sheridy, President of Businesswomen of Egypt 21, Sahar Al-Damati Well-known banking leader, Amr Nassar, Vice President of the Plastics Chamber of the Federation of Industries, Ahmed Laithi Nasif, Ceo of International Companies, Salem Saeed, Financial and Economic Expert, Samar El Sanan, Member of Businesswomen of Egypt 21, and Ahmed Hussein, Supervisor of Microfinance Companies at the Supervisory Authority Finance.
More than 4,000 contestants, including 1,500 full-time contestants, were presented to the competition’s jury, which found that there were 654 competitive ideas, and all their papers were presented to the committee and the competition began its first phase with these contestants.
The program’s advanced emerging ideas included metal industries, leather, furniture and décor, engineering industries, oil and grease refining industries, boiler and gallon manufacturing, plastic industries, home wood supplies industries, and many other fields.
During the first phase of the program, 17 contestants won prizes of 50,000 pounds each whose idea was won and received the approval of the jury members, including 3 members of BWE21, Bassant El Ramly, Nahla Soliman, and Bassant Saied.