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Ibrahim Hamouda


Ibrahim Hamouda is a multi-talented professional who has excelled in a variety of roles and industries throughout his career. With a passion for entrepreneurship, product management, and innovation, he has built a wealth of experience in software development, big data, management consulting, corporate strategy, consumer research, marketing, sales, customer success, education, health tech, pharmaceuticals, and startups.

Ibrahim holds a Master's degree in Business Administration majoring in Project Management from the Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport, a diploma in Sales and Marketing-Digital Marketing from The American University in Cairo, and a Bachelor's degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences from Misr University for Science and Technology. He has also completed the Business Principles and Entrepreneurial Thought XSeries course with an A grade at Babson College.

In his professional career, Ibrahim has held several positions such as Product Manager at Knowledge Officer Career Accelerator, Freelance Educator and Mentor, Co-Founder of Pharmacy Chain & Poly Clinics at Healthcare, and Product Manager at E-solution Startup for Digital Booking. He has also been a Professional Member at the International Council for Small Business (ICSB) and has completed the Stanford Rebuild: An Entrepreneurial Path Forward program at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Ibrahim's passion for creating something new through action, despite potential risks, has been instrumental in his successful career in entrepreneurship and product management. He approaches challenges with an entrepreneurial spirit, is fascinated by the intersection between tech, business, and life, and is dedicated to enabling people to overcome obstacles.

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