HASHTAGS.EG is a brand and design studio working from offices in CAIRO and RIYADH .

We deliver great, extremely wonderful projects for small companies and big ones, from small towns to big cities.

Branding

If your branding is consistent and easy to recognize, it can help people feel more at ease purchasing your products or services. Your brand helps set you apart from the competition.

WebDesign

The purpose of a website is to turn visitors into prospects. And the way to do this is to identify the major user types visiting your site, speak to their needs and give them a clear action step to take next.

Marketing

Online marketing increases user engagement. As opposed to traditional marketing tactics of advertising and direct mail, online marketing provides opportunities for prospects

CEO & Designer

Mohi Qassim

I Love building Communities!
Marketing

Jennifer Snow

Marketing

Abigale Smith

Work is in the dictionary.

Starter

15,000 EP
EP1500
EP 1
200 Per Month
  • Logo Design
  • Social media kit
  • Art Design Ad
  • Domain
  • Landing Page
  • 1 Pro Email
  • 5 GB Space
  • CRM
  • E-Pay Integration

E Store

50,000 EP
EP5000
EP 4
000 Per Month
  • Full Branding
  • Social Media kit
  • Art Design Ad 3X
  • 2D Video
  • Pro Domain
  • E-Shop
  • 5 Pro Email
  • 10 GB Space
  • CRM
  • E-Pay Integration
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Pro

150,000 EP
EP15000
EP 12
000 Per Month
  • Full Branding
  • Social media Kit
  • Verified Account
  • Art Design 9X
  • HD Video Ad X3
  • Pro Domain
  • E-Store
  • 15+ Pro Email
  • 20 GB Space
  • ERP System
  • E-Pay Integration

Team is everything

Collaboration is crumbling under the weight of our expectations. What should be a messy back-and-forth process far too often falls victim to our desire to keep things harmonious and efficient. Collaboration’s promise of greater innovation and better risk mitigation can go unfulfilled because of cultural norms that say everyone should be in agreement, be supportive, and smile all the time. The common version of collaboration is desperately in need of a little more conflict.

You’ve probably been taught to see collaboration and conflict as opposites. In some cultures the language and imagery of teamwork is ridiculously idyllic: rowers in perfect sync, or planes flying in tight formation. As a team, you’re “all in the same boat.” To be a good team player, you must “row in the same direction.” These idealized versions of teamwork and collaboration are making many teams impotent.

Ready to start a project?

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