Mohamed Hanno

Mohamed Hanno

With nearly thirty years of experience in the IT field, Mr. Mohamed Hanno is the Managing Director and founder of Arab Computers, Alexandria’s leading IT systems supplier. His earlier experience includes working for a US IT company in Silicon Valley in the early eighties, in addition to working for one of the leading system integrators in Egypt before starting his own company.

Mr. Hanno is a board member of the Alexandria Business Association (ABA) and served for two years as Treasurer and four years as deputy treasurer of the organization. Mr. Hanno was involved in various public service and advocacy activities at ABA. His most recent contribution was his participation in the issuance of ABA’s private sector business indicator ‘ISLAH’ (reform) in collaboration with the World Bank’s IFC. Other activities include serving as deputy chairman of ABA’s SME Microfinance project funded by the USAID, chairing Alexandria Centre for International Arbitration and participating in various projects aimed at supporting schools and education.

Mr. Hanno is currently serving as head of ABA’s Audit and Risk Committee and is supervising the implementation of the new Audit and Risk Charter developed in collaboration with Price Waterhouse Cooper.

As a previous board member of Alexandria Chamber of Commerce’s Computer Division, Mr. Hanno participated in various Intellectual Property Rights related activities, serving as a member of the Presidential Council’s subcommittee for IPR, organizing trade fairs and organizing ‘Alexandria, the Digital City’ project.

In 2013 Mohamed was elected as Chairman of Alexandria Software and IT Assoc. an organization that aims at supporting and developing the IT industry in Alexandria.