• Layal Jebran

    Layal Jebran

  • Recovering architect and designer, turned Social Entrepreneur, founded her first successful startup by the name of Lyl Big Designs during university years, that connected freelance designers to clients, at the moment advising several young entrepreneurs and early-stage startups while co-founding and managing Moubarmij and serving on the executive board of ISOC Lebanon.

     

    Started PiC, an NGO which was among the final 20 out of 394 worldwide initiatives, at the Hivos Social Innovation Award in the Netherlands in 2014.

     

    Currently, she advises multiple crowdfunding campaigns after two years in Heading the Projects Management Department at Zoomaal and becoming the Crowdfunding Expert in the MENA region. Turning ideas from drafts into fully working applications, and then advising them on successful campaigns.

     

    She also leads Startup Weekend Beirut with multiple themes (Startup Weekend Global Editions Competition winner for SW Environment).

     

    She is a natural leader with the ability to motivate both individuals and teams and has extensive experience of handling people with considerable empathy. She has developed a profound ability to turn objectives into sales and marketing driven activities to achieve results.


    She is passionate about innovations and sustainable project that can make a difference to the world and enable other people to a better quality of life with better solutions. She actively supports entrepreneurship and women in business.

     

    Layal also served as a co-founder and helped put into work Cycling Circle and Deghri Messengers. The first bicycle messenger service in the MENA region. She also gives workshops and motivational talks in multiple functions and serves as a mentor, coach, judge, speaker and panelist in different competitions.

     

    She's also the girl from Lebanon's tech women entrepreneurs campaign "Who is Layal?" And was chosen as a ChangeMaker for the CMX in Dubai by Ashoka for 2017, AMENDS Delegate for 2017 at Oxford University and the TechWomen Program 2017 an Initiative of the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

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