Mohammad Ramin Komeilian, Founder of Karmeen Angel Investors Network, has been appointed as High Commissioner for Iran. High Commissioner Komeilian represents Iran in the Global Impact Investors Committee of the Grand Assembly of the World Business Angels Investment Forum.
Mohammad Ramin Komeilian is an entrepreneur who is active in several sectors. Abern is the name of Ramin’s company, which is home to a variety of investments. Ramin’s main focus is technology, and he is one of the founders of Iran’s first angel network. Ramin also heads his family home appliances business, which is now in its second generation. Formerly known as Forouzan, the company is now named Jenova. It is extremely well known in the home appliance business in Iran for its forward thinking management and transparent staff. Ramin has an MBA with a focus on investment banking. He is also an avid runner and home-trained chef. Mohammad Ramin Komeilian is WBAF High Commissioner Iran IRAN.
Maryam Najafi, Consultant at Karaya Angel Investors, has been appointed as Senator to the Grand Assembly of the World Business Angels Investment Forum. Senator Najafi represents Iran in the Global Startup Committee of the Grand Assembly.
Maryam Najafi is a business designer and developer. She is an active player in the Iranian startup ecosystem and strongly believes that entrepreneurs are the fuel of economic and social growth in all countries. She found angel investment a very powerful platform to foster entrepreneurship and support startups. As the first executive manager of Karaya Angel Investors, she built up all requirements of creating an Angel investor group, which lead to the formation of the biggest angel network in Iran. To follow her vision she co- founded Hoomaan institute, which delivers management consultancy services and aims to help startups and SMEs achieving their goals. She is an energetic fighter and believes that “there is no dead end, there is always a solution”. This attitude leads to acceptance of new business challenges. She is the business development advisor of Kaarmaan, Iran’s first business club. She’s building a vibrant community of professionals, entrepreneurs, traders and investors in Kaarmaan, as she did in Karaya. She is also the member of advisory board in some Iranian VCs and CVCs. She is an EFQM (European foundation for quality management) prize assessor in Iran which is held by Institute of productivity and Human Resource development. As her social responsibility she dedicates 3-6 hours a week to mentoring or evaluating startups as a pro bono activity. She is providing mentorship to all startups who approach her, not only Iranian ones, she enjoys helping business owners achieve their visions and make this world a better place. She is also Iran’s WBAF Senator and Secretary General in Global startups committee.