“Making P.R. the Lead Discipline
in the Communications Mix.”

Nail Osman
Served as the official Egyptian government spokesperson under President Hosni Mubarak & Deputy Minister of Information & Chairman of the State Information Service (SIS) from 1994 to 2003. In that position he was responsible for Egypt's overall image-building, especially overseas & supervised the launch of the SIS into the world of Information Technology with state of the art premises & a website that was chosen by the UNESCO in the mid-nineties as one of the world's top 20. From 2003-2006 he moved to the Egyptian Media Production City as CEO for International Cooperation with a two pronged mandate; to expose the largest Media City in the Middle East to foreign movie & TV producers and to re-attract the International movie industry back to Egypt with the introduction of new technology-based activities to diversify revenue sources. The highlight was the establishment of Egypt Media Soft the first company of its kind in the region specializing in media software. Prior to serving as Chairman of the SIS, he headed the Press & Communications office of the Egyptian Embassy in Washington D.C., New York, London & Warsaw from 1970-1994. He was the Vice-Chairman of the United Nations Information Committee from 1983-1985. He also served as the Press Advisor to the Prime Minister of Egypt from 1981-1983 and has organized and participated in numerous local, regional and international conferences for Presidents Anwar Scoot & President Mubarak along with other high-level Egyptian d foreign government officials.

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