Abdulsalam Haykal (Arabic: عبد السّلام هيكل‎) (born July 14, 1978, in Damascus) is a Syrian technology and media entrepreneur, who lives and works in Damascus, Syria. In 2009, the World Economic Forum named Haykal as a Young Global Leader, the first Syrian to receive this recognition.

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  • عبد السّلام هيكل رجل اعمال سوري رائد في قطاعي التكنولوجيا والإعلام، وناشط اجتماعي سوري، شارك في تأسيس الجمعية السورية لرواد الأعمال الشباب، وهو حاليا رئيس مجلس الإدارة، بالإضافة إلى عدة مؤسسات أخرى في مجالات دعم ورعاية الشباب. انتخبَ عام 2007 كعضوِ في مجلس أمناء الجامعة الأميركية في بيروت ليصبح الأصغر عمرا في تاريخها، وعام 2008 كعضو في مجلس أمناء جامعة القلمون السورية. (ar)
  • Abdulsalam Haykal (Arabic: عبد السّلام هيكل‎) (born July 14, 1978, in Damascus) is a Syrian technology and media entrepreneur, who lives and works in Damascus, Syria. In 2009, the World Economic Forum named Haykal as a Young Global Leader, the first Syrian to receive this recognition. Haykal is CEO of Transtek, an enterprise software development firm, and of Haykal Media, publisher of the business newsmagazine Aliqtisadi, and the English monthly Forward Magazine. The Report: Emerging Syria 2008 listed Haykal Media with its magazines and online media as one of three main players in the media sector in Syria. Haykal is president of the Syrian Young Entrepreneurs Association (SYEA), an NGO formed as part of the reform process in Syria. He is also a founder and trustee in several other organizations including BIDAYA Foundation, an NGO to help disadvantaged young people to become entrepreneurs by providing business mentoring and charitable micro-loans; and Tumuhi, a national college scholarship fund. Haykal studied at the American University of Beirut, and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. In June 2007, he was elected as an alumni trustee of the American University of Beirut, the youngest in its history. He is also a trustee of the University of Kalamoon, a private higher education institution in Syria. In April 2010, he was invited by the Obama Administration to the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship, in recognition of his business development activities. (en)
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  • عبد السّلام هيكل رجل اعمال سوري رائد في قطاعي التكنولوجيا والإعلام، وناشط اجتماعي سوري، شارك في تأسيس الجمعية السورية لرواد الأعمال الشباب، وهو حاليا رئيس مجلس الإدارة، بالإضافة إلى عدة مؤسسات أخرى في مجالات دعم ورعاية الشباب. انتخبَ عام 2007 كعضوِ في مجلس أمناء الجامعة الأميركية في بيروت ليصبح الأصغر عمرا في تاريخها، وعام 2008 كعضو في مجلس أمناء جامعة القلمون السورية. (ar)
  • Abdulsalam Haykal (Arabic: عبد السّلام هيكل‎) (born July 14, 1978, in Damascus) is a Syrian technology and media entrepreneur, who lives and works in Damascus, Syria. In 2009, the World Economic Forum named Haykal as a Young Global Leader, the first Syrian to receive this recognition. (en)
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