Ambareen Musa


Mauritian entrepreneur Ambareen Musa launched her very first business venture in Australia at the young age of 21. Moving to London in 2004 to work for GE Money, she has since held various roles across marketing, financial literacy, customer advocacy and e-commerce. Wanting to be closer to home and needing a change in scenery, she moved to Dubai in 2008. She went on to found Souqalmal, a hugely influential platform regularly featured on lists of the leading SMEs in the country. Ambareen has been named one of the Top 50 most influential women in the Arab World by Arabian Business as well as the Woman Entrepreneur of the Year by The Entrepreneur magazine. Moreover, she has been a member of the UAE National Debt Panel and the UN Task Force on Digital Financing for the SDGs.