Qatar University’s College of Engineering (QU-CENG) organised a ceremony to recognise the CENG alumni entrepreneurs who established small enterprises that supported the national economy and provided a number of competitive products and services that have proven their worth in the local market.
In his speech, QU-CENG dean Dr Khaled Kamal Naji said, “CENG supports students in the areas of entrepreneurship through the Technological Innovation and Engineering Education Unit, which seeks to motivate students to build innovative ideas, and transfer them to successful and competitive projects”.
Qatar University College of Business and Economics dean Dr Adam Fadlallah said, "We encourage our students to enter the threshold of entrepreneurship and establish small and medium enterprises that can create innovative products and provide opportunities".
The entrepreneurs honoured are: Naif al- Ibrahim, co-founder and CEO of Ibtikar for Digital Solutions; Saleh al-Safran, co-founder and general manager of Sobul; Wissam Sweilam, CEO of Delta Corporation; Yahya al-Homsi, co-founder and general manager of Volatat; Khaled Sultan al-Darwish, CEO of Swapinfo; Abdul Razzaq Ali, co-founder and CEO of Unicole; Dr Mohamead Sadeq, general manager of Seero; Musab Naeem al-Muzain, co-founder of Airlift; Al-Bandary al-Harami, Scratch Design; and Reem al-Mohamed, United Allied.
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