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Finding Co-Founders + Team - Building a Team for Success
Launching a venture and finding the right people for your team could be the most difficult task. Each team needs the right partners for launching your idea. Co-Founder and COO of ePowerhouse, Fady Sadd, will be giving his insights on his areas of expertise: recruiting for your team, hiring for growth, building and nurturing your team, and your team dynamics and culture. Fady will also share his experiences at ePowerhouse, and the work he has done.
You can find more information about Fady here:
"Fady led and managed multimillion-euro acquisitions and bids with oil and gas, railway, and real estate customers. He architected and established strategic agreements with global vendors that strengthened Nokia Siemens Networks' competitive position. He was also the business leader behind the first all-IP telephone exchange in Egypt, which defended and expanded Nokia Siemens Networks’ market share in the country. He has consulted with Minister of Transportation advisors on using GSM-Railway to eliminate locomotive accidents.
During his time as a strategy and business development associate at Siemens, Fady, played a key role in leading the merger between Siemens Com and Nokia Networks in Egypt by designing and implementing a change management initiative for 700+ employees in Egypt, and architecting and mapping the company’s organizational structure according to a global blueprint that earned the company the regional "Winning Together" award.
Fady holds the distinguished "Wood Badge" of Scouting International Leadership Program, and he served as an assistant international commissioner for the Egyptian Scouting Federation, representing the Egyptian Scouts in various international events in Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
Fady currently finishes his Systems Engineering and Management masters at MIT, and serves as marketing director for MIT’s chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering. His research is focused on designing startups as systems, and on their impact on entrepreneurship in the developing world. He has an Industrial Engineering, Design & Business degrees from the American University in Cairo."