Kuala Lumpur, October 04, 2019: One Strategic Agreement (MoU) was signed between Elmangos and ERTH by Abd Elmohaimen Mansi, Founder of Elmangos and Mohamed El-Fatatry, Founder and CEO of ERTH during the opening ceremony of “Islamic Digital Economy Experience” in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Wednesday, 2nd October 2019 organized by Elmangos, a global business events producer and consultancy firm.
This collaboration happened just after a presentation given by Mr. Mohamed El-Fatatry, Founder and CEO of ERTH, where he talked about his early journey in Malaysia and history of establishing ERTH. He also talked about ERTH’s objectives; and significance of recycling e-waste. He presented how e-waste recycling could be a good profitable business estimating the value of the e-waste market globally to exceed $62.5 billion annually.
Abd Elmohaimen Mansi, Founder & CEO of Elmangos commented: “We all know the amount of waste that comes out of any event is very harmful to the environment, not only that but also costs money. This agreement is the first of its kind to have an event organizer accepting e-waste as a form of payment. This will help people turn their obsolete electronics into something valuable and help in saving the environment”.
The signing of Memorandum of Understanding between Elmangos and ERTH was witnessed by CEO and Senior Managements of different Organizations and Companies, delegates, entrepreneurs from all over the globe.
Elmangos is a leading global business event and industry linkage facilitator. Our own conceptualized conferences/events is a meeting point of key stakeholders, movers and shakers of the global sector.
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ERTH is an E-waste Recycling Company that buys all kinds of end-of-life personal electronics such as PCs, laptops, smartphones, etc. located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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