Iman Mostafa Kamel is the founder and managing director of Hazel Farm which introduced the “Agritainment” concept that combines farming with entertainment. Through Hazel Farm, she aims at raising awareness about the importance of organic food, mindful eating and being in touch with nature and taking care of the environment, by opening the farm to public visits and involving the guests in the farm process. Iman has 8 years of experience in international organizations namely the ILO and GIZ working on different activities including green jobs, waste management, youth employment, entrepreneurship, and promotion of technical education. She worked on both the national level and regional level with an intense focus on 10 governorates throughout her years of experience.

Throughout his career Mansour worked with many top companies in the field of fertilizers in various countries such as the United States, Canada, and Belgium. His area of expertise spans all areas related to production, trade, financial and market analyses, and marketing in the business of fertilizers.
He is currently the General Manager and Partner of Agrin Serve which is part of the Polyserve Group who are leaders in the fertilizer business. In the field of public work, he is the Deputy Head of the Agriculture Committee at the Egyptian Junior Business Association.

Mohamed is a highly skilled engineer and influential figure in the field. He is a Co-founder and board member at CAM for Agrochemicals, driving the company's success.
He has significant contributions to the development and growth of CAM, positioning it as a prominent player in the agrochemical industry. He has achieved a successful establishment of a strong presence in the market through the trading platform. Mohamed's strength is in his exceptional business acumen and industry insights. He is recognized as a visionary leader and catalyst for innovation and possesses a tremendous dedication and passion in shaping the future of the agrochemical and trading sectors.

Graduated in 2008 from Acadia University in Canada with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Abou Basha then went to train in Italy in the stone fruits and potatoes industry which is the core of his family business ‘Maba’ for agriculture and land reclamation. They are the exclusive agents for ‘Agrico Holland’ which is a market leader in seed potatoes. He is now the Managing director for ‘Maba’ which has expanded to become one of the biggest farms in Egypt growing palm trees producing Barhi dates.

Mostafa Salem is the founder and managing director of Kernile. Under his leadership, Kernile has achieved impressive growth, evolving from a small-scale peanut farmer to being the second largest peanut processor in Africa and an exporter to more than 28 countries.
Mostafa holds a Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy from the German University in Cairo, a diploma in International Trade from the UK Institute of Export, and a Masters of Business Administration from Columbia Business School.

Hassan Fayed is the Founder & CEO of Aydi, an agri-tech startup that aims to build the digital infrastructure for farms to manage their workforce and optimize their field operations.
He is also a Board Member at, the UAE's largest B2B e-commerce marketplace which is owned by the Government of Dubai.
He was previously the Head of Innovation at DAFZA (Dubai Airport Freezone Authority), where he incubated and launched, Dubai CommerCity (a USD 1Bn joint-venture between DAFZA and Al Wasl Asset Management), and Scality a Dubai-based co-working space and incubator for startups. Hassan holds a BSc in Economics from King’s College London.

Mohamed is a Senior executive with over 25 years of progressive experience in strategic leadership, operations management, business expansion, finance and supply chain. His career spanned work in UAE, Jordan, Iraq, Algeria, Sudan, Ethiopia, Mozambique, and Syria. Throughout his career he led various organizations, projects, and teams in agriculture. He is Currently co-founder and CEO of Sanabel Group. In the field of public work, Mohamed is a member of the Egyptian Junior Business Association and an active figure in the Agriculture Committee. Mohamed is a holder of a master’s degree in business administration from the Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport.