Aby Sam Thomas
Editor in Chief, Entrepreneur Middle East
Aby Sam Thomas is the Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur Middle East. In this role, Aby is responsible for leading the publication on its editorial front, while also working to build the brand and grow its presence across the MENA region through the development and execution of events and other programming, as well as through representation in conferences, media, etc.
Aby has been working in journalism since 2011, prior to which he was an analyst programmer with Accenture, where he worked with J. P. Morgan Chase's investment banking arm at offices in Mumbai, London, and New York. He holds a Master's Degree in Journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York.
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INJAZ Al-Arab President and CEO Akef Aqrabawi talks about the initiatives to cultivate and support entrepreneurship.
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Tapping Into Opportunity: Nour Al Hassan, Founder And CEO, Ureed
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A look at how a leader's management style can affect a team.
Focused On Impact: Deliveroo Co-Founder And CEO Will Shu
The UK-headquartered online food delivery company may have launched only in 2013, but Shu remembers recognizing a gap in the food delivery space way back in 2004, when he had just moved to London from New York.
Agility Needs To Be Seen In Everyone At An Enterprise (And Not Just In The People Running It)
The idea of being agile, taking ownership of what one does, and doing things the best way they can be done is not something that's restricted to the C-suite of an organization- it needs to be translated across all layers of the company.