Microsoft has appointed Ibrahim Youssry as the Regional General Manager of Microsoft MEA Multi Country Cluster (MCC). The new subsidiary covers the full African continent (except for South Africa and Egypt), the Indian Ocean Islands, as well as Levant and Pakistan.

Youssry joined Microsoft in 2007 in the server and tools business, which he managed across most of Africa and Levant. In 2008, he became the General Manager of Microsoft West Central Africa. In 2011, he moved to Microsoft France, leading an extensive government business covering ministries, social and administrative entities and large public-private accounts. In November 2013, Youssry moved back to the MEA region and joined Microsoft Gulf as the Public-Sector lead. Prior to joining Microsoft, Youssry spent many years working in multinational organisations across different sectors including Aramco, GUPCO and Schlumberger in the oil and gas industry, Gemalto and Orascom “Djezzy” in the Telco space.

He holds a Bachelor of Science-Geophysics degree and a Masters in International Business Management.