LyRise is a platform that helps companies work with vetted AI talents easier & faster 🤖

We're solving the mismatch of jobs and AI talents by assessing and matching them with global companies while providing an efficient infrastructure for work.

As a Microsoft partner we’ve worked with companies backed by Goldman Sachs, Kleiner Perkins, AXA and many more.

Our mission is to have an AI expert team in every organization in the world to maximize their impact 🌍


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🦄 Investor Deck

Contact

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Marc Banoub - Founder & CEO - LyRise | LinkedIn

Marc Banoub | Founder & CEO

Marc Banoub is Founder and CEO of LyRise, a marketplace for employers to hire top AI talent easier and faster. LyRise was founded in 2019 to solve the mis-match in AI & Data jobs and talent by assessing, up-skilling and placing Africa’s top AI, Data engineers & scientists in global technology companies.

Marc participated in the first MIT Deep Technology Bootcamp at Massachusetts soon after LyRise launched the first AI and Data Science Bootcamp in Egypt and MEA region at the AI for Good panel Rise-Up Summit.

Marc has pioneered numerous advanced AI training programs to up-skill over 150+ people, co-certify 60+ (majority of which in partnership with Microsoft) and place 20+ in jobs in the US, UK, Germany and Egypt. Under his leadership LyRise was able to generate >$300K in ARR and have >1.3k AI talents join the LyRise network.

Marc has been was recently selected amongst the Forbes 30 under 30 recipients in the Middle East, to be part of Meet Silicon Valley program, to host Egypt’s first virtual meet-up of the NeurIPS 2020 conference. It was covered as well at the first virtual AI Festival (alongside Google, Microsoft, Amazon and others);  the World AI Summit, and AI for Sustainable Development Goals co-organized by Circle of Sustainable Europe Circle and AI Governance International. It has also sponsored events such as Women in AI Netherlands.

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