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Ultras Business


Egypt… lack of resources, but an endless presence of Human resources and endless creativity of the people … let’s unleash our power, let’s unite and build our country, let’s work and fight the unemployment by introducing new opportunities ! let’s Ultras Business

Ultras Business is a Youth Initiative” for fostering Creativity.
our mission is:
-giving interest to the graduated students and improve their skills and so decrease the gap between their academic 
-introducing entrepreneurship as an employment option.
-create and increase all the available opportunities for the unemployed people and invest in the unemployed resources.
-creating, developing new business ideas and solve more problems with both scientific and business experience.
-spread the public awareness about internet business and holding new business operations and concepts such as : Direct selling, Social media marketing, SEO… etc
– perform as an active member with the charitable organizations and support it with all resources
-we hope to target 1000000 one million Egyptian youth as a successful entrepreneur in the first 5 years of the organization’s efforts and both technical and business”non-technical” training
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مصر …نقص فى الموراد الطبيعيه…مع وجود غير محدود للموارد البشريه و ابداع غير محدود … بالعلم والعمل بالاستثمار فى الطاقه البشريه و تدريبها و دعمها و توفير فرص أفضل للعمل و تحقيق تكافؤ الفرص بدون تمييز
مساعدتك فى تكوين رؤيه عمليه ناجحه هى مهمتنا الررئيسيه (your vision …our mission)و بدعم من كبرى شركات الاستثمار و المؤسسات للقضاء على البطاله و استبدالها بمجتمع متنامى من رواد الأعمال الناجحين و القادرين على الاتصال المباشر بالسوق و هكذا الاهتمام بالغير خريجين و الخريجين الذين فاتهم فرصه الحصول على وظيفه فى ظل مجتمع رأسمالى يعتمد عمليات غير ناضجه و محترمه لتوظيف الاشخاص و التفاعل معهم


Amr Abdel-Aziz

Ceo & Founder, Ultras Business 



What Every College Student Should Post on LinkedIn

What Every College Student Should Post on LinkedIn


Are you waiting until after graduation to start building up your Linkedin profile? It’s time to reconsider.

“Every student is blindly trying to make a resume, but surprisingly many don’t have great LinkedIn profiles,” I said !! 😀

“I often hear from my friends, My LinkedIn isn’t great, but here’s the link.’ I usually respond, ‘Make it great -_- 

But how do you actually build a great LinkedIn profile as a college student like me?

here we ‘ll cover that together


Post a profile photo.

Some college students are wary of including their profile pictures on LinkedIn for fear of looking too young. But professionals explains a profile picture could actually work in your favor. A photo provides a face for your digital personality and helps recruiters see you as a human, rather than a hyperlink.


Include coursework and extracurriculars.

Your LinkedIn profile should weave together the story of your professional development, so it’s good to be as detailed as possible. Include information about relevant coursework, clubs and organizations in which you’ve participated at school. If you’ve done any internships or gained work experience, be specific about what skills you developed, how many hours you worked or how many students you tutored.

“Part of your differentiator as a college student is that you know technology and you know how to build a professional brand,” say the professionals on Linkedin. “Employers want to know that you can bring that to their company.”

You can now visually illustrate your skills with rich media, such as pictures and videos. If you have a presentation you’re especially proud of, or a design project you executed for an internship, include it on your profile to help recruiters visualize what type of talent you bring to the table.


Ask professors and advisers for recommendations.

One common misconception of LinkedIn recommendations is that they have to come from previous employers. A recommendation from a university professor or academic adviser, especially one with experience in your desired field, speaks volumes to your ability to stand out from the crowd. Aim to get recommendations from professors who know you personally, or who have a good sense of your work ethic, and can speak specifically to your accomplishments in the classroom.

Connect with industry leaders.

One of the most exciting aspects of social media is the access it gives you to influential people in your industry. 

Don’t be intimidated by someone’s professional clout; reach out to people whose careers you admire, but be sure to personalize your request to connect.

Don’t be intimidated by someone’s professional clout; reach out to people whose careers you admire, but be sure to personalize your request to connect.


Comment on industry-specific articles.

When you post industry-specific articles, you prove you are passionate, engaged and paying attention to your career of choice.

Avoid including controversial or personal opinions on LinkedIn, unless you want that opinion to be associated with your professional persona. Instead, suggests Williams, offer a professional takeaway or ask a thoughtful question. This shows that you are not just reading industry-specific news; you are also engaging with it analytically.

Ask questions in LinkedIn groups.

LinkedIn groups are a great way to engage directly with people in your industry and establish yourself as a contributor rather than a passive reader.

“One of the best ways to get noticed is to elicit conversations and ask smart questions,” Williams advises.

While the saying “there are no stupid questions” may ring true in most situations, be conscientious of what you ask in groups. Do a bit of research, or at the very least a Google search, before you ask a question. This will ensure you convey an informed professional persona, and your questions will most likely be stronger if they don’t have an easy answer.

Check for spelling and grammar errors.

As is the case with any professional work, your LinkedIn profile should be error-free. After you’ve combed through your profile for spelling errors, ask a friend to look it over for unclear phrases or grammatical faults.




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What if you learned about personal branding from the greats?

I personally do not think there is any alchemy to personal branding. Although a presence on social networks can help, one’s “brand” is simply the output of one’s work and they way they treat other people. Today it is impossible to construct a personal brand that is not in keeping with one’s true personality and output.

The most iconic “branded CEO” was undoubtedly Steve Jobs, who will be remembered in equal measure for the ways he changed personal computing, music, and telecommunications as well as his controversial management style. Perhaps the most interesting thing about him was his understanding of his own intuition. His intuition led him to name a tech company “Apple” instead of something more conventional (“SJSW” would have been appropriate given the two founders); his intuition pushed him to do what he loved. It gave birth to the iPod, the iPhone, and investing in Pixar. As those who read the amazing Water Isaacson biography of Jobs know, a trip to India he made in his youth was life changing. As he said of the trip: “Coming back to America was, for me, much more of a cultural shock than going to India. The people in the Indian countryside don’t use their intellect like we do, they use their intuition instead and their intuition is far more developed than in the rest of the world. Intuition is a very powerful thing, more powerful than intellect, in my opinion.”

When people ask me for tips on personal branding, I often tell them to look towards celebrities who have successfully branded themselves. Below, here are three impressive figures in business with strong personal brands who serve as inspirations.

Whenever anyone asks me about branding, be it personal or professional, I tell them to look to Richard Branson. Without any formal business school training, Branson was able to intuitively craft one of the world’s most recognizable brands. Despite the myriad markets that Virgin operates in and its diversity of products and services it represents, Virgin still remains a coherent, if enormous mega-brand. As Branson himself said: “We are a company that likes to take on the giants. In too many businesses, these giants have had things their own way. We are going to have fun competing with them.”

What If Money didn’t matter

This is a very inspirational video ., I wanted to share it with the world

Credits to Andrew Nashaat
Faculty of Engineering

Amr Abdel-Aziz
Social Media Specialist and internet securit advisor
IIC Egyptian Steel