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Young entrepreneur Zidane Awad is already running multimillion dollar companies

Zidane is a 22-year-old serial entrepreneur, who is the founder of startups like Veyago, Pharon, and Coolit .

brand-post Updated: Oct 15, 2020, 18:31 IST
Zidane Awad
Zidane Awad

Young entrepreneurs see the world differently and have a unique perception of things that a lay man usually does not contemplate. Most of those entrepreneurs you see in Forbes and Times are also able to seek significant investments for their startups. However, not many of them you would find have devoted their efforts to different tech startups, all at the same time. In today’s modern times, Zidane Awad Nimer is one entrepreneur who has such a broad vision of using technology to help people in different ways possible, and he has already successfully launched a few tech startups to pursue his vision.

Who Is Zidane Awad?

Zidane is a 22-year-old serial entrepreneur who has already made a name for himself in the technology world at such a young age. With the likes of Veyago, Pharon, and Coolit, he is pursuing several tech startups successfully.

The vision of Zidane is to make technology so widespread and prevalent in our daily lives while ensuring that it brings goods to the average human being. All of the startups listed above have a direct impact on people’s quality of life in one way or another and that is the very basis of Zidane ‘s idea.

Zidane Awad Nimer – Early Years

Zidane Awad was born in Nazareth, Israel in 1997. He received his early education from the Baptist School of Nazareth and excelled in many subjects. His special interest in mathematics and physics earned him numerous awards and awards, attaining full scholarship in the 9th grade for MEET programme.

Zidane graduated high school with a perfect Psychometric score; and soon after he started working on his personal tech projects. After 3 years, he joined the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology) where he studied Civil Engineering.

Zidane’s very first publicly launched creation had been a mobile app called Alarme. When he designed the app in his science class at school, he was just 16 years old. He later shared his idea with one of his online friends and they took it to a hackathon where they competed against the grads of college and were still able to secure the first prize.

Zidane’s Top Tech Startups

Zidane has launched multiple tech startups to date and has earned a lot of recognition and praise for his work. His major startups include:


A smart anklet that is intended to keep hikers safe from scorpions, snakes and other reptiles by producing high-frequency sounds. His start-up raised $200k in investment until its first release in July 2020. He was offered opportunities for investment from American and Saudi companies but declined both offers.


We all want to have our drinks cool, don’t we? But are we waiting an hour for them to cool down? Most likely not! Zidane Awad presented this wonderful idea of self-cooling cans that initiate an endothermic reaction to cool the can down within minutes by pressing a button.


Veyago is an app for the passionate traveller. It was also Zidane’s graduation project from MIT’s MEET program. In a particular trip, the app collects information about your interests and suggests routes from admins, relevant routes taken by other users, and even allows you to build your own route.

Zidane Awad is already a successful entrepreneur, racking up huge sums of money offered by investors with his startups. It’s just the beginning of a long journey for him, though.

In the future, That s will definitely make him a huge success. His wonderful ideas, such as Pharon, Coolit, Veyago, Repell, and more, were all greatly appreciated by the masses and investors alike, and he is already pursuing his dreams.

Disclaimer: This is a company press release. No HT journalists is involved in creation of this content.

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