Ahmed Helmy (Businessman)

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Ahmed Helmy
Born February 10, 1987
Alexandria, Egypt
Nationality Egypt
Education Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University
Occupation Entrepreneur
Title CEO of Rush Brush & Hapilin

Ahmed Helmy (born February 10, 1987 in Alexandria, Egypt) is a leading Egyptian businessman, chief executive officer (CEO) of Rush Brush and Hapilin and founder of the online magazine, Stylish Eve. He is one of the best-known entrepreneurs in Egypt and the Middle East.[1][2]

Early Career

Born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt, Helmy started as an engineering student who decided to drop his career and start his own business. He built a magazine website for the latest fashion news, celebrity style, fashion updates, tasty food videos, recipes, new hair ideas, makeup looks, skin-care advice, the best beauty products and tips, and all the trending hits.

Stylish Eve

In September 2014, Stylish Eve announced that the website has reached the heady heights of being ranked at 15k by Alexa. Helmy succeeded in achieving a 7-figure profit.[1]

In 2009, Helmy turned Stylish Eve into a business, an American registered company, which owns the famous brand Rush Brush for hair-styling products, that has spread widely within the last two years all around the Middle East, Gulf countries, U.S. and South Africa.[2]

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