Ahmad Wadi is the founder and CEO of Moneyfellows, He studied computer engineering during his university years, and in 2007 he used his knowledge to become an entrepreneur.
Ahmed caught the attention of market giants such as Microsoft and Daimler when he first established his first project, an object-tracking software, and worked on several projects for Microsoft and Daimler.

Ahmed traveled to Germany to complete his studies and graduated with a bachelor’s and master’s degree from the Technical University of Munich; In 2013, he established an online supermarket platform.

In early 2016, Ahmed traveled to the United Kingdom and launched MoneyFellows, which was inspired by the models of traditional money circles (associations) in his country. Ahmed eventually returned to Egypt to complete his journey with Moneyfellows, which has now gained more than 3 million users.