Shell Egypt has announced the selection of two Egyptian entrepreneurs, Baramoda and Tink, out of the nine nominated companies graduated from Shell’s program ‘Intilaqaah’ to be shortlisted among the top 21 nominated companies worldwide in the LiveWire Competition for top ten innovators, Egypt Oil & Gas reports.

Baramoda, in the nutrition and agriculture category, and Tink, in the energy and shared transportation category, qualified after a harsh competition with 98 graduating companies from Intilaqaah in 19 countries worldwide.

“The nomination of two Egyptian entrepreneurs, through Shell program Intilaqaah, to Shell’s international competition LiveWire for the top ten innovators puts Egypt on the entrepreneurs map worldwide. This will motivate the rest of the companies to develop and to present more innovative and useful ideas to the community,” said Khaled Kacem, Chairman and Managing Director of Shell Egypt.

“We found that LiveWire for top ten innovators is the best way to shed the light on our business and to explore more ways to develop it,” commented Moustafa El Nabi, Baramoda CEO.

“Our selection among the top ten innovators worldwide will shed the local and international light on us, which will drive Tink to develop its services, which is based on sharing the transportation means between more than one member of the society in a safe and interesting way,” noted Tamer El Mahrouqi, Tink Founder.

It is worth mentioning that LiveWire 2019 focuses on finding innovative solutions to develop co-friendly production, rational consumption, recycling in nutrition, agriculture, energy and transportation fields to have a more sustainable future.