Cupola Group MEA featured in World Economic Forum Entrepreneurship Report

13 February 2014

Cupola Group MEA, the region's leading provider of business process outsourcing (BPO) and contact centre services,  announced that the Company was featured in a World Economic Forum (WEF) report presented at its January 2014 Davos, Switzerland meeting. The report featured Cupola Group MEA as an example of an entrepreneurial company that has successfully built and maintained a business solutions platform for a global customer base. The report was published in collaboration with Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, Ernst & Young and Endeavor.

The Cupola Group MEA case study was one of a select number of executive case studies developed for early-stage companies from 23 different countries with the goal of better understanding how successful entrepreneurial companies speed access to new markets and become scalable, high-growth businesses. Cupola Group MEA's case study was published in the WEF report titled, "Entrepreneurial Ecosystems around the Globe and Early-Stage Company Growth Dynamics," highlighting how successful entrepreneurs are leveraging globalization to create and serve new markets.

The case study outlines the history of Cupola Group MEA and provides a timeline of key events as the Company became the leader in business process outsourcing and contact centre services in the Middle East and Africa region. Cupola Group MEA Chief Executive Officer Kazim Awan and Chief Operating Officer Humaira Majid were interviewed for the case study and cited in the report.

The executive case study on Cupola Group MEA can be read here.