Fadi Ghandour

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Fadi Ghandour
Fadi Ghandour in 2010
Residence Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Amman, Jordan
Occupation Founder and Vice Chairman, Aramex
Known for Aramex, Courier, Maktoob, The Abraaj Group Ruwwad for Development, Entrepreneurship, Corporate Entrepreneurship Responsibility, Sustainability, Private Sector Activism, Social Entrepreneurship, Wamda

Fadi Ghandour is the Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of Aramex where he served for 30 years as the company’s CEO. He is currently Chairman and managing partner of Wamda Capital a Venture Capital fund investing in MENA growth stage technology companies.

Fadi is also the Co-Founder of MENA Venture Investments, a seed capital investment company focusing on early stage tech companies in the MENA region and beyond. He is a member of the Board of The Abraaj Group, and the Chairman of Wamda, an entrepreneurship enabling platform for the MENA region. He is a Member of the Board of Trustees at the American University of Beirut (AUB) He served as a member of the Board of Yemeksepeti before its sale to Delivery Hero and Founding Investor in Maktoob.com.

Fadi also serves as a board member of Oasis 500, the first tech accelerator in the MENA region, based in Jordan. Fadi is the Founder and Chairman of Ruwwad for Development, a regional private sector-led community empowerment initiative that helps disadvantaged communities overcome marginalization through youth activism, civic engagement, and education, and provides access to capital for microbusinesses in marginalized communities.

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  • Encyclopedia.jrank.org & CNN Interview

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