Meet the 2018 Semifinalists from GIST Tech-I competition

The GIST Tech-I Competition is an annual competition which is designed specifically for science and technology entrepreneurs. These enterpreneurs should come from emerging economies worldwide.

Before now, interested entrepreneurs and innovators have submitted their ideas and startups on the portal, applications which were reviewed by past finalists from the same competition. Presently, everyone has a role to play as the portal to vote for your choice has been open since January 26th.

From January 26, 2018, every interested person will have the opportunity to watch the semi-finalist pitch videos, while also being enabled to vote for their favorite startup. You are at liberty to vote for your preferred semifinalist once a day, every day until February 22, 2018, when the voting portal closes. Vote  here!

Meet the Semifinalists.

Ahmed Abdelrahman, Egypt
Yaman Abou Jieb, Syria
Nishma Adhikari, Nepal
Arslan Ahmed, Pakistan
Yougourta Ait Saada, Algeria
Danielle Akini, Cameroon
Jafar Albadarneh, Jordan
Anar Aliyev, Azerbaijan
Rasha Al-Khateeb, Jordan
Ruth Angbulu, Nigeria
Tewodros Tesfaye Asfaw, Ethiopia
Sawsan Assi, West Bank and Gaza
Sylvia Azi, Nigeria
Constantine Bazilo, Ukraine
Shani Bennett, Jamaica
Nestor Bonilla, Nicaragua
Nikoloz Bregvadze, Georgia
Jorge Caballero, Mexico
Jose David Castro Ruiz, Honduras
Andres Felipe Celis Gomez, Colombia
George Chege, Kenya
Moonga Chowe, Zambia
Anesa Colakovic, Serbia
Andres Colombo, Argentina
Namgyel Dorji, Bhutan
Shahd Douglas, Jordan
Gita Nofieka Dwijayati, Indonesia
Chafic El Amatoury. Lebanon
Wassim El Hariri
Islam El-Refaey, Egypt
Gerardo Escudero Samara, Nicaragua
David Eson, Cameroon
Okey Esse, Nigeria
Saadman Faisal, Bangladesh
Mpara Faith Muwar, Cameroon
Rawan Gahzi, Syria
Samvel Gevorgyan, Armenia
Taahirah Goolbar, Mauritius
Nathnael Gossaye, Ethiopia
Isai Abner Guevara Falla, Peru
Quazi Hasibul Hasan, Bangladesh
Muhammad Hassamuddin, Pakistan
Ayoub Hitana, Tunisia
Anton Holovachenko, Ukraine
Md. Shahadat Hossain, Bangladesh
Iheb Eddine Imad, Algeria
Dzavid Isanovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tamim Isazadah, Afghanistan
Rasheeq Islam
Sabik Tawsif Anjum Islam, Bangladesh
Makhjanul Islam, Bangladesh
Anda Ivanov, Romania
Aditya Julio, Indonesia
Harvey Kadyanji, Tanzania
Alinafe Kaliwo, Malawi
Sanga Kanthema, Malawi
Mathenge Kanyoro, Kenya
Fajar Sidik Abdullah Kelana, Indonesia
Loren Keserovic, Bosnia snd Herzegovina
Emmanuel Kimaro, Tanzania
Mohamad Yulianto Kurniawan
Majed Lababidi, Qatar
Javier Larragoiti Kuri, Mexico
Anike Lawal, Nigeria
Hajer Mahmoud, United Arab Emirates
Dania Martã­Nez, Mexico
Maclean Mbepula, Malawi
Norayr Melkumyan, Armenia
Sladana Mladenovic
Muhammad Syukri Bin Mohamad Misenan, Malaysia
Mohammed Tanvir Mosharraf, Bangladesh
Nancy Mourad, United Arab Emirates
Rameeza Mueen, Pakistan
Charles Muhanguzi, Uganda
Taeef Najib, Bangladesh
Sadaf Naz, Pakistan
Towett Ngetich, Kenya
Noma Ngubane, South Africa
Mustejab Nurbenur, Ethiopia
Emeka Nwachinemere, Nigeria
Eberenna Nwanjoku, Nigeria
Tonnie Nyabuto, Kenya
Abdalla Odat, Jordan
Segun Ogunlana, Nigeria
Priscilla Okechukwu, Nigeria
Tita Oksaningtyas, Indonesia
Anthony Onu, Nigeria
Favourite Onwuemene, Nigeria
Meredith Peng, Indonesia
Motlokoe Phatudi-Mphahlele, South Africa
Zulkhaidir Purwanto, Indonesia
Sabrina Rahman, Bangladesh
Syed Saghir Hassan Rizvi, Pakistan
Ayoub Rouzi, Morocco
Jihed Saad, Tunisia
Ani Sargsyan, Armenia
Nurtia Putri Sari, Indonesia
Attiya Sarwar, Pakistan
Paul Semivumbi, Rwanda
Angel Tamariz, Mexico
Tshewang Tenzin, Bhutan
Subi Thomas, Zambia
Richard Torres, Ecuador
Ariane Umuringa, Rwanda
Kelvin Wachira, Ghana
Dewan Tamanna Wodud Dina, Bangladesh
Tewodros Yosef, Ethiopia
Tasneem Yousif, Bahrain

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