Khaled Hegazy leaves Vodafone to join Etisalat
Etisalat Egypt has appointed Khaled Hegazy, formerly of Vodafone Egypt, as its Chief Corporate Affairs Officer – Effective November.
Hegazy joined Vodafone in 2009, served as Corporate Affairs Director for 10 months, and later became External Affairs and Legal Director from 2010 until 2016.
Hegazy’s journey with Vodafone
His scope includes Media and Public Relations, Corporate Social Responsibility and the Vodafone Foundation, Regulatory Affairs, Government Relations, Legal Affairs, Wholesale Roaming, Carrier Relations, Sponsorship, Activation and Events and Corporate Security.
Prior to that, Hegazy was the External Relations Department Head of P&G Near East (Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iraq and Sudan). P&G is the world’s largest FMCG Company. Scope included Corporate Communications, Consumer Relations, Regulatory Affairs, Government Relations and Brand PR.
Before joining P&G, Mr. Hegazy was the Vice President of PITO, a prominent commercial representation company for industrial firms from Europe, Asia and USA, responsible for sales, customer relations, suppliers’ coordination, strategy and daily management of the establishment. In this firm he gained much of his knowledge and experience in trade, import & export and international business.
Hegazy holds an MBA degree in Marketing & International Business and a B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering, both from the American University in Cairo.
More about Khaled Hegazy
Hegazy is very active in the Egyptian Business Community: Member of Egypt’s International Economic Forum. He is a member of the Egyptian American Chamber of Commerce and of the Egyptian Junior Businessmen Association. He held the position of Chairman of the Detergents Committee in the Exporters Association of the Egyptian Federation of the Chambers of Commerce, was the Chairman of the Egyptian Brand Protection Association and a Board Member of the Egyptian–Lebanese Businessmen Association. Appointed in the Telecom Industry Modernization Committee by a decree from the Minister of Communication and Information Technology and member of the Egyptian Paralympics Committee by the Minister of Sports.