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Waleed Abd El Rahman

CEO at Mumm

Degree in Business Administration, American University, Cairo. Formerly: 4 years with Procter & Gamble, latterly as Market Strategy & Planning Manager, Beauty Care, Near East Region; late 2011, joined Red Sea World as Business Development Manager; early 2013, assumed leadership as General Manager, Red Sea World Group, until February 2014; April 2013, simultaneously, started Favorito, a gourmet shop and restaurant; Founding Managing Director, MIT Technology Review-Pan Arab Edition. Currently, Chief Executive Officer, Mumm, an online marketplace for home cooked food enabling home-based women to start their own businesses.Waleed is a member of the Global Shapers Community of the World Economic Forum
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My Sessions

The Sharing Economy in Egypt

GESR OFFICE

Leading CEOs of sharing economy startups in Egypt will be presenting and sharing their vision, insights and future plans of the sharing economy businesses in Egypt in terms of its positive impact on the economy, empowerment in the form of job creation and how this new innovative business model is disrupting the industries their startups […]

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Platforms for Businesses

TALK STAGE| LIBRARY ZONE

These days everybody wants to build the next platform business. If you’re a new entrepreneur you think that platforms are the way to go. In this engaging and dynamic panel, we’ll hear from the experts who have been there if platforms are really all they’re cracked out to be. When is an opportunity fit for this […]

Entrepreneurship Know-How
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Culture as a Strategy: Myth or Maker?

TALK STAGE| LIBRARY ZONE

Is culture important for a startup?… Why? Our group of culture gurus will talk about the key components of culture in their respective startups. They will theorize on what leads: culture or strategy. They will explain to you some misconceptions about a startup culture. But most importantly: they will tell you how (and if) it’s […]

Entrepreneurship Know-How
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