Here’s to the very first magazine issue by LAFFAZ ‘MENA Top 35 Power Businesswomen 2020’. Primarily, we would like to thank our esteemed knowledge partners for their association and knowledge-sharing on how startups and investors can sustain amid the COVID-19 situation and suppress its impact.
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Special thanks to the interviewees for their generous effort to answer our questions and sharing their valuable tips for startup founders and investors.
▸ Ramesh Jagannathan, NYUAD Vice Provost for Entrepreneurship & Managing Director of startAD
▸ Laila Hassan, Principal – 500 Startups
▸ Marwa Aleskafi, Head of Program – Brinc MENA
▸ Ambar Amleh, COO – Ibtikar Fund
▸ Habib Hazzan, Managing Gen. Partner – Ibtikar Fund
We would like to extend heartfelt gratitude towards our sponsors which include some of the most promising and innovative startups from the MENA region.
About the Magazine: MENA Top 35 Power Businesswomen 2020
The following issue encompasses a list of 35 Most Powerful Businesswomen of MENA (Middle East & North Africa), based on not just the net worth but a number of other significant factors including influence, impact on the business ecosystem, noteworthy work and initiatives taken by these women.
The magazine is a joint output of over a month’s of effort and research laid down by the whole LAFFAZ Media team and the root idea of Pradeep Singh, the CTO & Co-founder that triggered his mind after the great success of one of our previous features ‘35 Most Influential Women of MENA-2020’.
Being the first issue by LAFFAZ, the magazine and its content exhibit a lot of emotional investment and our focus towards creating something worthwhile for every reader, especially women and youth having ambitions and desire to make a mark irrespective of the industries or geographies they belong to.
▸ Interviews with MENA startup ecosystem enablers – sharing ways for startups to survive amid the COVID-19 pandemic situation.
▸ 35 top businesswomen and their career highlights to inspire the new, budding and aspiring entrepreneurs, especially women.
▸ Startup Story of the Year: The Uber-Careem Deal
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