Chief Executive Officer

Ahmed Elsewedy was appointed as a member of Elsewedy Electric’s Board of Directors in 2005, and currently serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of the company, leveraging over 35 years of experience in the fields of electricity and energy.

In 1986, Elsewedy led the first private cable factory in Egypt, Arab Cables Co., turning it into one of the largest worldwide providers of integrated energy solutions with over thirty production facilities spanning sixteen countries. With his significant contributions, Elsewedy Electric has grown significantly over the years. Through streamlining operations, acquiring new businesses, and penetrating new markets, the company was able to expand rapidly, currently housing a team of over 17,000 employees and exporting to over 110 countries.

Elsewedy received his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Cairo University in 1986. He is an esteemed member of several professional associations, serving in various capacities. He is the Chairman of the ECBC (Egypt China Business Council), Chairman of Ethiopia, Iraq, Lebanon, Zambia, and Algeria’s Business Councils, in addition to his active role as a member of the American, Japan, French, South Africa, Tunisia, Kenya, Austria, Kuwait, UAE, and Egypt Saudi Arabia’s Business Councils, among others.