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Intergenerational Entrepreneurship in Algeria: NCA-Rouiba
The Family Business Histories project was delighted to present to you the third case study conducted with NCA-Rouiba (1966 – 2019). The company was founded by Salah Othmani and his father, Mohamed Saïd, in 1966 as Nouvelle Conserverie Algérienne (NCA), four years after the country gained independence. Surviving years of economic and political instability, NCA-Rouiba has become the leading food processing company in the region, and the Rouiba brand of canned fruit juice is widely known in Algeria and neighbouring countries.
We were glad to welcome Mr. Slim Othmani, Former Chairman at NCA-Rouiba as keynote-speaker and to hear his insights about the successes and challenges of the founding years of the enterprise.
- Slim Othmani, Former Chairman, NCA-Rouiba, Algeria
- Martin A. Klimke, Program Head of History, Associate Professor of History, New York University Abu Dhabi
- Farida F. El Agamy, General Manager, Tharawat Family Business Forum
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