DR. AYMAN EL TARABISHY
Dr. Ayman El Tarabishy is currently an Associate Professor of Management at the George Washington University’s School of Business. He is the most recognized faculty in teaching that has been awarded best faculty for the past five years from 2010 to 2015 by the George Washington University School of Business. He is also an
The GW October conference connects the latest and most cutting edge of entrepreneurship research to the most pressing and important national and international policy to promote entrepreneurship and SMEs. The intersection of these two important topics makes the conference vital for global development. Dr. El Tarabishy previous work experience included the World Bank in the Corporate Strategy Group. He helped develop and manage their technology strategy for the Development Marketplace Program. The program’s mission was to identify and support creative cutting-edge solutions to the most pressing world social and economic concerns. To date, the Global Development Marketplace competition has disbursed over
During the mission Dr. El Tarabishy assisted in a critical phase of Egypt’s transition, working with U.S. businesses to process the nature and scope of recent developments, an understanding of the new government’s economic and policy priorities, and demonstrate the continued commitment of the American business community to Egypt’s economic recovery and long-term development. Dr. El Tarabishy currently published his new award winning book titled – Information Technology for Small Business – Managing the Digital Enterprise by Springer publishing company. The book covers digital innovation and use of social media for small and medium businesses. He presented his work at national and international conferences around the world. Dr. El Tarabishy current research is on Lean Startups and Design Thinking for SME development in pursuit of solving social problems. Dr. El Tarabishy consults and conducts executive training for several national and international organizations, including the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World Bank, and the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB).