About the Programme
4YFN continues its partnership with the UNDP (United Nations Development Programme), championing female tech entrepreneurs across the Arab region who are leveraging technology to advance the Sustainable Development Goals. This year, we supported 30 innovators from 13 countries. These innovators received invaluable mentoring from a network of 40 international mentors within the 4YFN community. Together, we’re fostering innovation, empowerment, and impact for a brighter future.
Meet the Women Innovators Programme at 4YFN24
A delegation including UNDP officials and Women Innovators from the programmes 3rd edition will be travelling to Barcelona to attend 4YFN24. Catch them pitch on stage and meet them through various networking activities.
More info soon!
Meet the investors who took part in the final demo day of the Women Innovators Programme – 3rd edition.
Amal DokhanManaging Partner
Paloma CabelloPartner Calligram, Business Angel, Former Global Advisory Board
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Enterprise Forum
Marcel DridjeEBAN Board Memmber, President Emeritus
Sophia Business Angels
Miguel MartinPresident's WBAF World Business Angels Forum SDGs Innovation & Spain's Partner EWC Entrepreneurship World Cup
Ana GuaschInnovation Technology Advisor, and specialist in Corporate Entrepreneurship
Meron MekonnenInvestment Associate
Lola RebolloDirector Public Sector and Cybersecurity
Anindya SahaFounding Partner
Blanca DrakeHead of Innovation Marketing
Marc GuashInvestment associate
Introducing the innovators
From founders to CEOs and board members, experts in blockchain, plus pioneers in GreenTech and machine learning – all these tech innovators have one thing in common: a need for expert insights and mentorship to take their business to the next level.
Meet the mentors
The Women Innovators Programme was designed to give female innovators tailored support to supercharge their startups – connecting them with the right experts, entrepreneurs and investors from across the 4YFN startup ecosystem.
International mentors from Japan to Spain, and the UK to the US, contribute with priceless time and input.