Ayman Arandi is a tech entrepreneur with experience in designing, launching, and running startups. He co-founded Iris Solutions in 2012, currently the leading provider of interactive sensory technology in the MENA region, with more than 50,000 children and adult users around the world. Iris has been recognised by Google, the World Economic Forum (WEF), and a number of global heads of states as a 4th industrial revolution start-up. Prior to founding Iris, Ayman worked in telecom, banking, and development sectors.Ayman worked as Global Director and Accelerator co-Lead for the Hult Prize Foundation, the world’s largest engine for the creation of youth-generated for-good, for-profit enterprise. Ayman also served as a curator of the Ramallah Hub of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community, a country chair in Palestine for the Global Dignity Initiative by Prince Haakon of Norway. Currently, he is on the advisory board of the Engineering faculty of An-Najah University. Ayman is also a founding member of NEWPal, and a fellow of KAAYIA, YouthActionNet, GES, and GE Programs. Ayman holds BSc in Computer Engineering from An-Najah University, an MSc in Management, Information Systems and Innovation from London School of Economics and Political Science, and a diploma in Negotiation from Harvard Law School – NSI Program.
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