The Egyptian National Competitiveness Council (ENCC) is a non-profit group for the development and support of economic policies, founded by a number of Egyptian economists, investment experts and businessmen committed to improving the competitiveness of the Egyptian economy.
The Council was established on January 9, 2005 by Law No. 84/2002 Register No: 5907.
The Council is the first and only independent Egyptian body that advocates for improving competitiveness in Egypt and works to achieve it by supporting policies aimed at improving the business environment and investment attractiveness in order to enhance the competitiveness of the Egyptian economy.
The Council has consistently addressed the principles of inclusive growth and sustainable development, serving as a channel for dialogue on economic policies among all relevant stakeholders.
Through its extensive network of relationships and close partnerships with national and international entities, the Council continuously seeks to enhance Egypt's competitiveness.
Throughout its history, the Egyptian National Competitiveness Council has demonstrated the ability to effectively support policies and advocate for improvements in cooperation with the government and all relevant authorities in an impartial and professional manner.
The Council integrates research and advocacy for national policies to bring about positive changes in the competitiveness of the Egyptian economy.
The Council's slogan, "A Better Egyptian for a Better Egypt", embodies its ultimate goal of raising the quality of life for every Egyptian citizen.