After completing a bachelor’s degree in Commerce and Business Administration, followed by a master’s degree in Banking and Capital Markets from Beirut Arab University in 2001, Nabil Al-Ahmad settled in Ghana, where he launched his entrepreneurial career by founding a successful water bottling company.
In 2005, he brought his focus and skills to the mobile telephony industry, launching his company, i2 Mobile Group, which today is one of the largest mobile phones distributors in Africa, with operations in Ghana, Ivory Coast, Zambia, Mauritius and Dubai. Through a total quality management (TQM) approach, i2 Mobile Group ensures that its workforce, currently exceeding 300 individuals, is committed to maintaining high standards and achieving the company’s vision of enhancing people’s quality of life in the communities where it operates.
Through its subsidiaries, i2 Mobile Group has acquired the distributorship of several leading brands, including Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung, Nokia and Infinix, and since its inception has received various awards from the brands it represents, always exceeding expectations no matter how turbulent the market, and reflecting the company’s commitment to excellence.
Over the years he expanded his entrepreneurial acumen to invest in growth sectors including auto and food trading.
Al-Ahmad’s dedication to making a social impact extends beyond his business interests to personal philanthropy, which includes the founding and overseeing of the Ahmad Medical Center, a 90-bed, non-profit hospital, and the Nabil-Al-Ahmad Social Foundation, both in Tripoli, Lebanon.
After completing a bachelor’s degree in computer and communication engineering from the American University of Beirut in 2009, Youssef Aitour commenced his career at Enigma Holding, where he acted as a chief operating officer. During his tenure, Enigma Holding grew to become a highly influential company with operations in the Middle East and West Africa with investments in a variety of sectors, from real estate development and contracting to the food trading industry and hospitality, among others.
In 2016, while maintaining his Enigma Holding executive role, notably the oversight of the company’s investments and real estate developments, Youssef focused on the African market where he launched several successful ventures. Building on his experience of the African market, in 2021, he permanently relocated to Ghana and co-founded i2 Development with Nabil Al-Ahmad.